about the color matter (rgb) code

This is a discussion on about the color matter (rgb) code within the D3scene related board part of the General category; [COLOR="rgb(255, 140, 0)"]that's what am talking about[/COLOR] this code right here [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"][/COLOR]<===== but not all the color have ...

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    about the color matter (rgb) code

    [COLOR="rgb(255, 140, 0)"]that's what am talking about[/COLOR]



    this code right here [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"][/COLOR]<=====

    but not all the color have this bug

    why it appear rather than the color

    plz fix this
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    Test :o

    Hmm, that is quite the interesting situation - since I love forums I'm going to go search for an answer. :o

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    Edit - If you just Google rgb colors then you should find numerous sites that give you the colors and their RGB code as well as their hexadecimal codes. That is where I found this color - it's hexidecimal code is: 8B0000. So to get that color you would do this..

    [color =#8B0000]TEXT[/color] (Without the space of course.)
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    lol
    i already know the answer
    but since the admin here have so long exp in editing the forums so he know what to do
    but saving time for you
    all you have to do is edit the color source from the vbulletin panel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leggy[NvB] View Post
    Test :o

    Hmm, that is quite the interesting situation - since I love forums I'm going to go search for an answer. :o

    ::

    Edit - If you just Google rgb colors then you should find numerous sites that give you the colors and their RGB code as well as their hexadecimal codes. That is where I found this color - it's hexidecimal code is: 8B0000. So to get that color you would do this..

    [color =#8B0000]TEXT[/color] (Without the space of course.)
    this manual but in my older post i talked about how to do it without searching google for every code
    so it will be automatic
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    I do not understand what you mean, do you want us to implement the RGB color scale instead of the hexadecimal one?
    Its a very simple system once you know it. The first two digits represents red, the next two green, and the last two represents blue.
    #FF0000 is a red color
    #00FF00 is a green color
    #0000FF is a blue color

    I think you should:
    1: Improve your english, so that it may be possible to decipher it.
    2: Try to explain the problem better
    3: Learn about the hexadecimal system and how it works.
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    Thanks.

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    all what am saying is try to color any post with 1st column and the second row color
    testing here :

    [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]TEST[/COLOR]

    it show the code between the test word why is that ???
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    [color="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]test[/color]
    I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devic3 View Post
    [color="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]test[/color]
    I don't get it.
    He is saying that instead of the color showing up like it should, the entire code is showing up. This shouldn't be, like any other BBCode, the code shouldn't be visible but the action of which it does should be. :o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leggy[NvB] View Post
    He is saying that instead of the color showing up like it should, the entire code is showing up. This shouldn't be, like any other BBCode, the code shouldn't be visible but the action of which it does should be. :o
    Well, this part I understand.
    Okay, I don't want to discuss.

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    Thats because this forum dont use rgb code, we use hex codes
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