|Subject:||Re: Rick - Gradients
|Date:||Fri, 12 Aug 2005 18:28:12 +1000
|From:||"Robert Molyneux" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Attached is a table of the standard Windows colours (red, green, blue) and
the special Windows theme colours, with their colour values.
It includes "metacolours" like "Danger" (reddish), "Safety" (greenish),
"Caution" (orangish) that I am developing.
"Tom Krieg" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi Rick,
> I'm going through your gradient article, well written and easy to work
> through - thanks.
> But I want to use a different color for the gradient bar rather than the
> blue in the article. I'd like to use a metallic look (shades of gray),
> and I think I can do this with a gradient. At the moment I'm using a
> graphic developed in Photoshop but because it's a 24 bit bitmap it's
> rather large. I thought using your gradient programming would reduce the
> size of my forms.
> Where can I get the values of the various Windows colors that are
> available to use?
> Tom K
> Tom Krieg
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