Need color code help

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  1. oriecat

    oriecat work in progress

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    I am updating and changing my website and I need help with a color code. When I first made it, I somewhere found color code #675 which is a nice gray green kind of color that I use for a lot of stuff. But now I need the RGB (or full 6 digit) value for it and I can't figure it out or find it anywhere. Can someone help me figure this out?

    Thank you! :D
     
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    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Try 424D37
     
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    StvShoop TPF Noob!

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    google search turned this up. pretty cool.
    i also recommend color cop. it gives u an eyedropper you can drag anywhere on your desktop or over any image you have open. i think photoshop does that too, but ps's window is so frikken huge
     
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    Mindy, I usually use CPick for my color coding. I hope that helps, or do you have a copy of this color online? If so I could tell yeah then.
     
  5. oriecat

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    Thanks guys!!
    I used that color cop and found it. It's 667755! Jim, yours was close, but a little dark.

    But now I can't get photoshop to use it to make my header, it says it is not websafe. :( I don't get it. I see it just fine on my webpages.
     
  6. oriecat

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    Oop I got it. It was trying to make it grayscale for some reason. :shrug: I hate photoshop.
     

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