As previous web designer, I understand RGB, but the code generated in the template to reference RGB colors in the color palette is foreign to me. Is there a chart available to reference RBG values which is then used in the template? I have many indicators which are only ex4, so I cannot modify the source code. It would be easier to do a "search and replace" in the tpl file, then manually change the colors on my templates and resave, then find the "object" code and remove it to reduce file size of templates. Much easier to search for 16777215 (White) where white is used, and replace with 14524637 (Plum).
Please see attached graphic.
(I'm not a programmer, so if there is a tech explanation/code reason, I may not understand. Just hoping there is a reference chart for these numbers for the standard color palette.)
Thanks so much!
So if you Googled Web colors you would have found in 5 seconds the hex values X11 color names - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And the standard windows calculator can convert hex to decimal (alt-3)
It gives you what you need . . . perhaps it is beyond your comprehension ?
"Its internal representation is a long integer number of 4 bytes. The first byte will not be considered. The other three bytes contain RGB components."
Plum is x00 DD A0 DD 4 bytes, the first is ignored leaving RGB or decimal 14524637