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Old 04-07-2008, 10:49 AM   #1
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Default RBG code for grovey guava??

Hello, Does anybody have this information? I can not find it anywhere.


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Old 04-07-2008, 11:23 AM   #2
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Hello, Does anybody have this information? I can not find it anywhere.


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What does the acronym "RBG" mean? Sorry-
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Blue Bayou R-83 G-134 B-142
Soft Sky R-182 G-229 B-223
Wild Wasabi R-133 G-179 B-113
River Rock R-210 G-198 B-141
Groovy Guava R-244 G-159 B-140
Purely Pomegranate R-176 G-74 B-107
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I think she meant RGB (Red Green Blue), which is a color type. RGB is mostly used for on-screen and CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) is mostly used for print. The RGB and CMYK values specify how much of each of those colors is needed to get a specific color.

For Groovy Guava
R: 244
G: 159
B:140

C:.78
M: 45.1
Y: 39.22
K: 0
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It stands for Red/Blue/Green...these are codes so you can change your font color on your computer to a specific color.

Oooo...your explanation is much better, Stefanie!
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FYI...
I just posted a chart with values for all current SU colors in the Downloads forum.

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...54#post9435754
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Here's a spreadsheet with ALL the current RGB AND Hex codes....

Enjoy!
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File Type: xls rgb hsl hex su colors.xls (38.0 KB, 58 views)
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I am totally new to the stamping realm and I'm wondering what you do with that information. Thanks!
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My guess would be print something (like text) in the same color.
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Tashak is correct. You input these codes so you can print things on your computer that will match SU colors. For instance, if you wanted to computer generate a sentiment for the inside of your card rather than stamp it, the printed text color would match a specific SU color.

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That is brilliant! I need to get ink for my color printer! I would have never even thought it was possible to do that. Do you need a special program like photoshop elements or can you do that on word?
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subscribing.... great info
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That is brilliant! I need to get ink for my color printer! I would have never even thought it was possible to do that. Do you need a special program like photoshop elements or can you do that on word?
Yes, I do it in Word. I use the drop-down arrow for the color, go to "more colors" then "custom colors". Then you can change the Red/Green/Blue to the values you want!
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You can also use the hex codes for your blog!
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Thank you so much girls.... YOU ROCK!!!

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