Using Hex codes?
Do you utilize customizable hex color codes for your charts? What tips can you share with this Group about customizing chart colors?
well here is a site that can teach u about color , hope u enjoy it.....color code0
I use it only when the customer requires it0
Hello everyone, I would like to discuss this topic with people who work with colors in practice and, like no one else, can share good advice in this area. For me, the most important thing is to learn how to create the project's color scheme shortly, since it has always been difficult for me. Because of this, my work time is above average, leading to the fact that I get less money for the same number of hours as my colleagues. So far, I'm trying to fully explore all the colors and their names on the create.vista website, as it clearly shows examples of colors and their full name. It is convenient because I have a very good photographic memory, and when I remember all the colors, I will only have to learn how to combine them to reflect the essence of the project I will be working on.0
Hex color codes start with a pound sign or hashtag (#) and are followed by six letters and/or numbers. The first two letters/numbers refer to red, the next two refer to green, and the last two refer to blue.For example: A=10. B=11. C=12. D=13. E=14. F=15. You can use Hex codes in HTML. A hexadecimal color is specified with: #RRGGBB, where the RR (red), GG (green) and BB (blue) hexadecimal integers specify the components of the color. Prepaid Gift Balance0