Mix colors

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Mix colors

When you're familiar with software applications like Adobe Photoshop, Flash, and other drawing programs, I know you'll also be very familiar with swatches. Swatches contain a selection of different colors that you can use while creating your web design, graphic design, and animation. You know what, we have a new innovation in these samples. This is the so-called Color Blender.

According to the blog titled ìColor Blenderî that was published by Neil on October 27, 2004 at www.eightlines.com, the author mentioned that this Color Blender allows you to take two colors and see mixes of up to 10 different ones from which you can get their HTML hex codes.

How can you do it? It's actually as simple as 1-2-3. The following procedures were also mentioned in that article. First, you need to choose a color value format, enter two valid CSS color values ​​in the format you chose, and choose the number of midpoints you'd like to see. During this step, the palette will display the colors you enter, as well as the requested number of midpoint colors and the values ​​of those colors. All numbers are rounded to the nearest integer. When you click on a square in the "waterfall" screen, it will fill in the appropriate value for whatever input is highlighted. And, when you switch between value formats, it will translate whatever value is in place. Clicking the "Clear" button removes all values ​​and colors, but does not change the format of the current value.

With this, graphic art professionals and web developers can now experiment more with color combinations in their projects, making them more creative and innovative in their line of work. I would like to congratulate the programmers of this simple but very important program. More power!