1. All I wanted to do was change the color of my baggins bag from blue, to a darker blue, since this option wasn't included in the configuration I had to do it through the code.

    This is the segment of code I'm working with.

    local defaultSkin = {

    BagLeftPadding = 10,
    BagRightPadding = 10,
    BagTopPadding = 32,
    BagBottomPadding = 10,
    TitlePadding = 32+48,
    SectionTitleHeight = 13,
    
    EmptySlotTexture = false,
    
    BagFrameBackdrop = {
        bgFile = "Interface/Tooltips/UI-Tooltip-Background", 
        edgeFile = "Interface/Tooltips/UI-Tooltip-Border", 
        tile = true, tileSize = 16, edgeSize = 16, 
        insets = { left = 5, right = 5, top = 5, bottom = 5 }
    },
    
    NormalBagColor = 'black',
    BankBagColor = 'blue',
    

    }

    What do I have to replace 'blue' with to get a darker blue.

    I've tried everything I can think of and it's driving me insane.

    VB Names, eg "Navy"

    hexadecimal values with or without an alpha value, eg #ff000010 or #000010

    color.new(0, 0, 100) doesn't seem to work.

    I'm not really fussed what blue it is yet, once I figure out how it works I will adjust how dark it is, but can someone please put me out of my misery and tell me what I am doing wrong?

    There's not really anything I can tell you, since I have no idea what addon is being used to 'skin' baggins. Color names are never used in WoW, so this is some addon's code, not anything supported by the WoW API. You'll need to look into where those values "black", etc. are defined, and then see what colors are there that can be used, or if you can define another.