Sexuality in programs has been confirmed, however, it is unknown if they can reproduce.Edit

Is this from the Deleted Love Scene, or some other source? Because after watching Tron yesterday, I remember nothing of this sort. --SuperFlash101 18:35, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

This is confirmed from the deleted love scene (and also the fact that Tron and Yori have an affection for each other and that they kiss at the end of the movie) . The director said he regretted removing the scene and because it was basically cut at the last minute, I believe it should be considered canon.
Personally, I think the scene is rather awkward and weird (especially since it's a Disney film) and chances are that there may be a love scene in TR2N. I'll add a reference to the deleted love scene in this article, to avoid confusion.
BTW, thanks for signing up. We really need new I really appreciate it. --Mr. Sinistar 23:17, 17 January 2009 (UTC)

Orange Circuitry Edit

Yes, I did say that there was no orange circuitry in tron Legacy... but looking at some pictures of lightcycles, most of the enemy lightcycles have orange light ribbons and circuitry. at first I thought this might be poorly coloued red ones, but a picture showing a clearly red lightcycle goes to disproove this. Lynksis 00:31, November 14, 2010 (UTC)

Circuitry Colors Edit

Has any when noticed there seem to be indigo and teal colored circuitry in Tron: Evolution? And Clus yellow circuitry is more of a gold than yellow? Should we add more to the circuitry section or keep them as their respected blue, green and yellow forms just like we do with orange and red?AccountProgram 19:51, December 31, 2010 (UTC)

I've been contemplating dividing the section by old system and new system divisions. The blues of the old system have become white in the new system. In some Tron: Legacy cases the new ones have become harder to deal with, where one character can vary from red to orange from one shot to the next. As for Tron: Evolution, I think the better route might be to leave the movie as canon, but treat the game contents as canon only if it doesn't interfere with things we see in the movie. -- WarBlade 20:40, December 31, 2010 (UTC)
I've noticed that a great deal of the page is taken up by circuit colors, but the subject of circuits is as relevant to Users and ISOs as it is to programs. Also, Uprising has made the whole situation more complex by introducing such previously unseen colors as pink, purple, two shades of green, three shades of blue, and red and yellow as common (apolitical) program colors, as well as adding the concept of multiple circuit colors for a single program (Tesler, for instance, has three). I'd like to create a "Circuits" page to handle this information instead of leaving it in the 'Programs' page, where it seems out of place. May I do that? --Infiniteviking (talk) 19:24, October 24, 2012 (UTC)
Now there's also pink and purple circuitry. I think vanity and personal preferences may be a part of it, as it has been shown numerous times that armor is customizable.WIERDGREENMAN (talk) 21:55, October 24, 2012 (UTC)

I think Sam, Quorra, and Flynn's circutry was more white than blue. And Clu's circutry has been officially classified by Disney as "amber". Dally,the hot 23:50, April 14, 2011 (UTC)

Users can have any circutrycolor. Flynn once disguised himself as an MCP loyalist to hide; he inherited the circutry color of red by touching an MCP-loyal program. Users can inherit any color in 1982.

2009 Edit

according TRON: The Next Day, the events of Legacy occur in 2009, watch the video and change section called TRON Legacy Era with that year in its title, Thank You! —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

According to TRON: The Next Day, the events of Sam Flynn crashing an ENCOM event A YEAR BEFORE TRON: LEGACY occur in 2009. Please research and cross-check your data carefully before making a multitude of edits. And sign your talk page edits. -- WarBlade 03:21, March 13, 2011 (UTC)

Program Physical Appearance Edit

If a programs appearance is based on that of the user that wrote/ created it, than why don't the programs in the Tron System (of Tron: Legacy) all look like Kevin Flynn ? 15:31, July 4, 2011 (UTC)

So, thats a "don't know" than ? 14:41, February 15, 2012 (UTC)
Flynn didn't create them all. We know he copied at least one program, so he probably adapted quite a few. Beyond that, there was no explanation given. -- WarBlade 19:24, February 15, 2012 (UTC)
Short answer: because a system full of identical Flynns would probably have made the real Flynn as nervous as it would have made us. Long answer: there are many ways this could have happened, such Flynn having imported most of the programs instead of writing them himself, or the population having been edited after being written or being constructed via randomized templates, but indeed, no explanation has been given in canon. --Infiniteviking (talk) 19:29, October 24, 2012 (UTC)

Light and Dark ProgramsEdit

Are there EVIL programs? Though it may seem that way with some of them... That is not the case. There are no evil programs, there is light and dark in them all. But when they're unbalanced the darkness takes over. For example, Originally a capable security program who worked well with his old friend Tron, Dyson fostered a wary prejudice against ISOs which turned to full-blown hatred after a terrible facial injury. These feelings of anger and hate turned Dyson dark and lead him to working for Clu, but his darkness caused him to become something of a monster, showing no compunction about turning against his former allies and participating in the ensuing coup. I've been studying programs for quite some time now, and I've seen how they behave, and while some may seem evil, you must remember that these incredible beings are property of Walt Disney: the most powerful man to have ever lived. But programs are different than other Disney characters. You see, all Disney characters are magical, and the magic in programs is incredibly powerful, but is more complex. When they are angered to the point of wanting revenge, their magic can start to change them and it can get pretty scary, as light programs can slowly become dark programs, even Tron was once turned dark, both by Clu's dark magic and a want of revenge. Even Clu himself was a light program until his persuit for "perfection" caused him to turn dark. But not all programs stay dark, Clu remained dark forever, but Tron was able to become a light program again. Programs are some of Walt's greatest, and strangest, creations ever. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)