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    I chose this four colors to use on my web but I have no idea what the %#xxxxxx are for each. I've checked using Photoshop but when I do insert the code, it is very different.

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    Can anyone tell me the # for each one in order?

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    Always helps if you put them on the page
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    There and Back Again :Ogre:

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    Ahh awesome.

    Will try out the #.

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    Take note: Those are NOT websafe colors, meaning the actual hues will look different from machine to machine.. macs dont' "see" colors the same as pcs do and on and on. You can find a websafe palette on the index page of this forum.
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    i think even a "websafe" palette looks different from machine to machine.

    the only thing "safe" about a "websafe" palette is that older machines with VGA color settings will see them ok.

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    lol... well, then to hell with my instructions.. I've never cared much about websafe palettes after I spent hours trying to match jpegs to their true colors (photographs of art) just to look at the pic on my friends machine and see the pic look completely different...
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