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    Hello!
    HELP PLEASE! If I use the same hex code in Dreamweaver and in Flash- why do they look different when I view them in a browser? (I am also using the web-safe colors and not creating my own....) :ermm:

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    Can you show a side-by-side comparison (i.e., screenshot)? If they're web safe, then they should be identical, especially because, IIRC, none of those programs feature color calibration.
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    Forgive me for my lack of experience with the web design semantics, but, HUH?

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    Well the clueless newbie (thats ME!:classic: ) has figured something out- I changed the color on my control settings from 16-bit to 24-bit- and VIOLA! They match! HOWEVER.... That brings me to ponder what I will do when other people view the site and do not have their color settings identical to mine..!?!? If I use black, white or light grey this problem was never a problem- but when I use the other colors this is where my problem pops up....:dead: I really don't want to conform myself only to those options- ideas?


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