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#1 Ninepatch

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 06:46 PM

This is a really nice color wheel-based tool that expands into several options, ie monochromatic, base + complement, base + neighbors, base + 2 complements - then it lets you tweak a few other settings. When you get where you want it displays the hex #s for you. I've been having fun with it for a few days, thought others might enjoy it, too. :goof:

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#2 TCH-Rob

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 07:53 PM

I have used this before. It was in an old post. Good site.

#3 Samrc

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Posted 28 October 2004 - 11:44 PM

Yup. That color selector is great! Comes up with some lovely combinations.

BTW, since you use CSB for some web building, I have two simple color pages that may be helpful:

- you may want to match CSB color palette so the hex# have been identified here: http://www.samisite.com/color/

- if you want to see the CSB colors on different BACKGROUND colors there's another page to help choose backgrounds: http://www.samisite....changecolor.htm

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#4 joats984

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 04:54 PM

This is a really nice color wheel-based tool that expands into several options, ie monochromatic, base + complement, base + neighbors, base + 2 complements - then it lets you tweak a few other settings. When you get where you want it displays the hex #s for you. I've been having fun with it for a few days, thought others might enjoy it, too. :D

http://wellstyled.co...e/index-en.html



Thanks for taking the time to post this! just what I was looking for :)




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