Ben Hutchings wrote:
> You wrote:
> > Check this one on your phone:
> > http://k-tainews.com/color.gif
> This looks like the Netscape colour cube - all combinations of 6
> evenly-spaced (in some, unspecified, colour space) levels of the
> red, green, and blue components.
> The other one had the 16 named colours of the IBM EGA palette,
> plus a few others (maybe the fixed colours of the Windows 256-
> colour palette?)
I believe those colors match the officially OK named colors:
> What point are you trying to make? Trying to test which of
> these are actually supported by current i-mode browsers?
Yup. And to illustrate/discover differences in color-rendering on various
> Do the
> browser publishers not reveal this?
To my knowledge they do not reveal this.
r e n
ascii: r e n f i e l d
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