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June 2, 2006, 8:39 pm
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course: Noticed how on X Tiger, when copying a color (shift
command c) with DigitalColorMeter, you get, when pasting into the
CSS, like "#FCF5E8"? Which means what in respect to the mind of
the designer of this software? That it was for insertion in the
old inline HTML presentational colour specs with the = sign?
Perhaps this DigitalColorMeter is fairly old? Or is the designer
not with it? A nuisance, but better than trying to remember even
for 3 secs what the meter shows and typing. Useful would have
been to leave out the "s and put in a ; at the end.
Re: Hex colours, DigitalColorMeter and the clipboard
dorayme, you may find Color Blender useful:
You can view your colours in hex, rgb, or percents. I have it saved as a
local file and use it a lot.
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