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Subject:Re: Web browser colours From:"Townsend, Emru" <etownsend -at- POSITRON -dot- QC -dot- CA> Date:Mon, 1 Mar 1999 09:55:22 -0500
Adobe Imageready, which is kind of a mini-Photoshop optimized for Web
graphics, has this feature, among many others. I think it sells for $199
Technical Communications Wiseguy - Product Integration
Positron Public Safety Systems Inc.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
e-mail: etownsend -at- positron -dot- qc -dot- ca
My words are my own. Confuse them with my employer's at your own risk.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Walter Crockett [SMTP:BrufusD -at- AOL -dot- COM]
> Sent: Sunday, February 28, 1999 2:48 AM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Re: Web browser colours
> Kees de Bondt wrote:
> >When you happen to produce web pages on a Macintosh, you are lucky.
> >Selecting the HTML chooser in the OS (>8) Color Management System enables
> >you to set an option "Jump to Web color".
> >Using this option will automatically display the 216 standard websafe
> >colors in its color palettes in any application...
> So is there a comparable Windows program on the market anywhere that has
> same "Jump to Web color" capability? And how hard would it be for someone
> write one? I'd buy it.
> Walter Crockett
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