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Duplicated colors[edit]

Some of these are the same color but the names are not. Whose problem is this?? 66.245.78.149 20:23, 29 Sep 2004 (UTC)

I've just checked the rgb.txt file on my PC (running XOrg 6.7.0) and it's that way in the original file. (The original file is in numerical order of colour triplets, so it's really obvious.) I'll add a note to the article - David Gerard 12:21, 2 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Visibility?[edit]

Some of the colour names are also links to wiki nodes. Names for some of the darker colours are difficult to read, because wiki links are coloured blue. Blue on darkness == bad visibility.

Any idea what could be done to remedy this? What if we duplicate the name, first as plain text and second as a wiki link?

Tricky one ... they may be blue but aren't necessarily - David Gerard 16:41, 11 Dec 2004 (UTC)
To me, the obvious solution is to separate the text from the displayed colors, like this:
Name = Color Hex = Color RGB = Color
AliceBlue #F0F8FF 240, 248, 255
AntiqueWhite #FAEBD7 250, 235, 215
Aqua #00FFFF 0, 255, 255
Aquamarine #7FFFD4 127, 255, 212
...   ...   ...  
That way it doesn't matter which colors get linked. - dcljr 06:55, 27 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Indigo? and Other Added Colors[edit]

The copies of rgb.txt I have access to (XFree86 4.3.0, Xorg 6.8.1, the X server shipped with Solaris) don't contain an entry for indigo. What is the source of the indigo entry?

Same for copies of rgb.txt I have access to: Xorg 6.8.2, XFree86 4.2.1, XFree86 4.1.0, and also Emacs 21.4 and 21.2 (for Cygwin). http://vancouver-webpages.com/DIY/color.html mentions that Netscape and WebTV, but not rgb.txt, have indigo; but that's all the info I could find online about it (other than pages including it in a list of X11 color names). --Mairi 06:29, 7 September 2005 (UTC)

Comparing this list to my actual rgb.txt ($Xorg: rgb.txt,v 1.3 2000/08/17 19:54:00 cpqbld Exp $), these eight colors are in the wikipedia article but not in the file: aqua, crimson, fuchsia, indigo, lime, olive, silver, and teal. Furthermore, some colors listed in rgb.txt aren't listed in the article, not including the numbered colors (ie "gray99"). Also, the list doesn't stay consistent with its naming of the grays, while rgb.txt lists both the American English spelling (gray) and the British English spelling (grey) every time that name is used. Clearly, the list presented in the article isn't from an actual copy of rgb.txt. --Jaybeeunix 02:17, 3 October 2005 (UTC)

This authorative page [1] lists 140, the WP article has seven more, all of which are gray/grey variants. I am therefore removing the disputed tag, which in any case should have been inserted in the article only after failure to reach a concensus here. Viajero | Talk 17:49, 18 February 2006 (UTC)
[2] is not an authoritative page for this article. As the article states, that is “a list of the X11 colors [X11COLORS] supported by popular browsers” (my emphasis added). Thus, that page only purports to be a subset of the X11 colors. The subset nature is more obvious if one follows the link to which the w3c page refers to as the authority of that list. --Jaybeeunix 17:07, 19 February 2006 (UTC)

Gamma Correction[edit]

Are these gamma corrected? Do they assume they will be displayed on a standard 2.5 gamma CRT or LCD? Otherwise, the values need to go through gamma correction to see the real result (see http://xona.com/colorlist for an example of how FAR off the mark colors can be without proper gamma correction). Also, you can't assume the browser programmers to have thought of this. The standard 6x6x6 = 216 colors 'web safe colors' are an example of where they just don't 'get' gamma correction: Web_colors.137.186.22.189 20:44, 18 November 2005 (UTC)

Since this article is about X11 I think it should be noted that the individual X servers (basically the display) have an option to specify one’s gamma correction for his/her hardware. For example, see the -gamma, -rgamma, -ggamma, and -bgamma options in XFree86-like servers. --Jaybeeunix 18:44, 21 February 2006 (UTC)
If the orginal list was given in sRGB and the user has calibrated his monitor properly, then using the original RGB values should yield the result we want. Shinobu 03:12, 25 March 2006 (UTC)


I belive list is just list of RGB triples, thus it assumes sRGB. However, before performing real manipulations (like combining multiple colors, doing gradients, introducing alpha channel, or making color darker/brighter) one should convert to linear space for correct math operations. I do not know what CSS spec says about this. --91.213.255.7 (talk) 20:16, 27 December 2011 (UTC)

The original X11 colors were based on whatever gamma correction and primary colors were provided on the particular workstation. These varied dramatically from one machine to another. CSS colors are now specified to be sRGB. -jacobolus (t) 22:51, 27 December 2011 (UTC)

Table simplification[edit]

I've made the following changes to the table:

  1. Removed background color from all text cells so everyone can read the text, regardless of gamma/monitor settings, etc.; only Sample column now shows the colors.
  2. Used hex to specify color in "style" attribute (figured this would be the most widely supported, although any browser that knows "style" should be able to handle all three ways of specifying color — another reason I removed color from the other 2 columns). If you know that some browsers/OSs will show different colors depending on how they are specified (name/hex/rgb), please discuss here.
  3. Removed a lot of the formatting (font size, text alignment); made color-name cells regular cells rather than header cells; changed "monospace" style to <tt> tags (better browser support, I assume).
  4. Linked "Hex" and "RGB" in header (oh, and removed "#" from hex values in that column).

I hope there aren't any major objections; this article has just bugged me for a long time, so I decided to finally do something about it. - dcljr (talk) 00:19, 2 April 2006 (UTC)

I changed the table format to match List of colors. I think the table looks much nicer with RGB values in seperate columns. However, I also reintroduced bold names, #-prefixes, and some right-aligned text. I did this mostly for consistency, rather than personal preference. If you strongly disagree with these changes, the #-prefixes and bold names are easily removed with find-and-replace. But please consider keeping the RGB values right-aligned. They're prettier that way. —Ryanrs 13:03, 22 April 2006 (UTC)
Not sure why that would be, but whatever. That's fine. Still looks a lot better than before my last edit. - dcljr (talk) 06:39, 23 April 2006 (UTC)
Wonderful work all the way around, but the list was more useful to me when the groupings were by color; e.g., I want to look through the reds, or the greens, or whatever. The Turkish translation still has this arrangement, and I hope it gets kept. For the English language, I think it's fine to leave what's here as-is, and add another table that's grouped by appearance. Marc W. Abel 22:25, 8 October 2006 (UTC)
I completely agree - wonderful work on the simplified table format - thanks dclrj! Marc - maybe the table grouping by color could be made into it's own page. I would also find that useful. Then you could link that article to this page. --Unixguy 11:37, 10 October 2006 (UTC)
Marc - for the table grouped by color, see the Web Colors article. --Unixguy

I would recommend moving hex into a single column: the only reason to have hex there is for copy/paste into contexts where a hex designation is needed; otherwise it’s completely redundant with the decimal representation. Hex should either be scrapped as redundant, or else it should be put into one column where it can be usefully copy/pasted. –jacobolus (t) 23:11, 31 May 2010 (UTC)

Khaki[edit]

According to Khaki_(color)#Web_color_light_khaki, web kaki is #C3B091 and X11 khaki is #F0E68C. Quote>

This is the color called khaki in X11. This is one of the cases where the X11 color names differs from the HTML/CSS names.

--burga (talk) 21:13, 15 March 2009 (UTC)

That article was wrong, I corrected it. — Christoph Päper 17:27, 12 September 2010 (UTC)

HTML Gray and others are mistaken[edit]

Shouldn't the hex (and by extension the numeric value) of gray be listed as 0x808080 for the HTML comparison? Same goes for green, etc. 7F should be 80, right?--61.194.119.130 (talk) 05:30, 7 May 2010 (UTC)

table gone out of control[edit]

Hi Crissov. I’m pretty unconvinced that the color names table here needs 21 columns, the first 9 of which are basically 3 numbers redundantly repeated 3 times each. Almost no readers of this article are going to care about most of the subsequent columns, either. I would suggest instead using columns:

  • "8-bit hex" (here meaning 8-bit per component). This is the 6-hex-digit code which will produce the color in HTML or similar. This column need not be broken into 3 parts or sortable, since the ordering is redundantly stored in the next columns.
  • R, G, and B components, as 3-digit decimals, on the range [0, 1]. These are much more intuitively obvious than integers in the range [0, 255], and more precise than integer percentages in the range [0, 100]. The decimal point makes it immediately clear what the number represents, so readers need not scroll up to the top of the table to see the "(%)" in the column header. Another possibility would be to use percentages with one digit of precision after the decimal. In that case I would recommend putting the % explicitly after each number: it doesn’t take that much space.
  • H, S, and L components, the first in degrees [0, 360) with one place after the decimal point, and the latter two as 3-digit decimals in range [0, 1] (or possibly percentages, as w/ RGB). The reason to include H, S, L is that SVG and HTML now support the use of these directly. There's no reason to include HSV, luma, component average, etc., since users need not input these directly, and they are not especially relevant to human vision anyway. They’re included in the example color table in the HSL/HSV article because in that context they are the quantities under discussion, but here they’re just noise.
  • Possibly L*, a*, b* (or even just L*), since these are quantities which *are* (somewhat) relevant to human vision, and would potentially be useful to sort by. L* in particular is a pretty decent proxy for perceived lightness. The CIELAB components here could be computed either relative to D65, as in sRGB, or relative to D50, to match the CIELAB mode used by Photoshop and ICC profiles.

In other words, I would recommend using either 7 columns, or 8, or 10, but 21 is way out of hand.

Also, if columns need to be broken into sections, using narrow empty columns is a bad way to do it, since that breaks up the horizontal lines which allow tracking across rows, and in general looks very busy. If this is really necessary, it should perhaps be done using slight background color differences. I’m not convinced it matters though if the number of columns is kept in check.

Finally, the seemingly randomly bolded entries in the table seem like a bad idea to me.

Cheers, jacobolus (t) 19:04, 11 September 2010 (UTC)

I’m fine with combining the hexadecimal RGB representation into one column.
How are numbers in [0, 1] inherently more precise than numbers in [0, 100]? Percentages are established here, e.g. in CSS. Sadly, the decimal 8bit values are a standard way to enter, display or store colors, too, so we should probably keep them, but I agree that of all the RGB representations they are the ones to scrap (if any) – they could be moved to the title attribute. Percentages are used pretty much everywhere, except for hue. I don’t know whether you’ve seen it, but until yesterday I had the ‘%’ (and ‘°’) signs inside each cell. I don’t see the point in adding a decimal point and a digit to the percentages.
CSS’s inclusion of HSL was my reason to edit the table in the first place. I also added HSV/HSB (where hue is the same), because elsewhere it seems more popular, e.g. in {{infobox color}}. HSI (with its differing chroma) is mostly here for completeness (and I don’t remember why I put &primes;s in there), also because it differs from HSL stronger than HSV. Y′601 can safely go. As far as I know, HVC and HLC are sometimes used, but the HSI chroma may go.
I actually only accidentally saved the bold highlights for multiples of 30° and 25%.
Empty cells spanning the whole column are the easiest and most reliable way to simulate colgroup in Mediawiki. They may break sorting, though, but colspan does too. But I probably don’t notice drawbacks as much, because my user stylesheets include CSS row highlighting.
L*a*b* (lightness) might be useful, but I didn’t have a simple formula at hand the other day.
I wish columns were collapsible, but no admin implemented that. — Christoph Päper 11:53, 12 September 2010 (UTC)
Color name Sample RGB16 R10 G10 B10 R (%) G (%) B (%) C (%) H (°) S (%) L (%) H (°) S (%) B, V (%) C (%) H (°) S (%) I (%)
Alice Blue   #F0F8FF 240 248 255 94 97 100 6 208 3 97 208 6 100 5 208 3 97
Color name Sample RGB16 R (%) G (%) B (%) C (%) H (°) SL (%) SB (%) SI (%) L, I (%) B, V (%)
Alice Blue   #F0F8FF 94 97 100 6 208 3 6 3 97 100
Color name Sample RGB16 R G B H S L / B C H S I C
Alice Blue   #F0F8FF 240
94%
248
97%
255
100%
208° 3%
6%
97%
100%
6% 208° 3% 97% 5%
Color name Sample RGB16 R G B H S L C
Alice Blue   #F0F8FF 94% 97% 100% 208° 3% 97% 6%
Okay, I really dislike your idea of showing multiple different quantities in a single column, just hidden away in a title attribute. However, showing alternate forms of the same quantity in a title view seems reasonable enough. Notice how your first few suggested tables here are really long and complicated but without any extra information likely to be useful to readers. We should chop those bits out. My suggestion would be something like the following:
Name 8-bit hex R G B H S L
  Alice Blue #F0F8FF .941 .973 1.000 208.0° 100.0% 97.1%
Or perhaps (with some space to reduce the claustrophobic clutter):
Name 8-bit hex R G B H S L
  Alice Blue #F0F8FF .941 .973 1.000 208.0° 100.0% 97.1%
  Antique White #FAEBD7 .980 .922 .843 34.3° 77.8% 91.2%
  Cornflower #6495ED .392 .584 .929 218.5° 79.2% 66.1%
It’s just as well they don’t have collapsible columns. Sounds like a usability nightmare.
The goal here should be to (1) cut out as much redundant information as possible, while keeping those bits which are likely to be useful to many users (“completeness” as an abstract concept is decidedly not the goal, or we could include 100 extra columns for each of these), (2) present the whole thing in as clean and uncluttered a fashion as possible.
jacobolus (t) 14:29, 12 September 2010 (UTC)
Like I said, there’s no reason to use floats for RGB (or anything else). They’re even wider than the percentages, at least once you add the missing leading zero.
Three significant digits suggest more precision than there is and will probably reveal (more) rounding oddities that are not helpful.
title="248/255" is probably better than just title="248".
I don’t care about “Color name”/“Name” or “Sample”/“Color” (nor their order), but the caption for hex triplets should say that it is RGB. It indeed doesn’t have to be sortable.
Never use <tt> but <code>. Specifying column width would be the last thing to take care of.
“sRGB” in the title attributes is unnecessary, and so is “HSL” (if there’s only RGB and HSL).
I’m leaning towards preferring my second table layout above, with the first two colums of your first layout and explanatory text. How about leaving out ‘%’ completely and only adding ‘°’ to hues?
Anyhow, I just found the bug in my script that resulted in wrong saturation values for HSL, often equal or similar to those of HSI (like 3% for Alice Blue instead of 100%). — Christoph Päper 17:17, 12 September 2010 (UTC)
  Color RGB16 R G B C H SL SV SI L V
  Alice Blue #F0F8FF 94 97 100 6 208° 100 6 3 97 100
Okay. There are no floats anywhere here. This is all decimals at some definite precision. I just prefer 3 digits of precision to 2, and prefer using a '.' at the front to a '%' at the end. Since most elementary school students are extensively trained in the decimal system, Wikipedia’s readership should be perfectly capable of reading decimal numbers in a table. A list of further comments:
  • The symbols SL, SV, and C are not typical, and using them without further explanation (no, a link isn’t good enough) is a bad idea. The quantity C is used in the HSL and HSV article because it explains the derivation and helps relate the various quantities to each-other, but the use of words “chroma” and “saturation” is so variable among sources that it’s a bad idea to adopt that article’s naming conventions in places where they aren’t explicitly described (e.g. here). SI is such a rarely seen quantity (and usually in conjunction with a different definition of hue than the one used in HSL/HSV) that it’s a bad idea to list it here: it just leads to confusion.
  • There’s no need to include HSV in the table. Both HSL and HSV are terrible models which should be avoided to the extent possible (I say this having mostly written HSL and HSV), but HSL might as well be included since it is used by the web browsers themselves. But one of the two is more than enough. If we want other color descriptions we should use Munsell, CIELAB, CIECAM02, or similar.
  • There’s no reason to make the hex value column sortable. The sorting of that column is redundant to sorting on R, G, B columns, and trying to sort by it will in practice only sort by R, which is confusing for users.
  • Using both a link in the heading and a title attribute on the cell is self-defeating, because the wiki-link’s mouseover text will clobber the cell’s.
  • I don’t care whether the color names are in TH elements or TD elements, but there’s no good reason to make the text bold (it's just a distraction), and it should be left-aligned.
  • Any values which are percentages should have the percent sign explicitly written in the cells. To leave it out or put it at the top adds mental overhead for little gain.
  • There are a couple reasons for using an 3 digits of precision. (1) There are about 2½ digits worth of precision in the original data range log10(256) = 2.4, so only using 2 digits of precision is leaving off data. But anyway, these colors are defined to be these precise values, and so even in higher-precision output systems (>8 bits/channel) they are exactly reproducible. (2) There are on average about 2 and a half 8-bit numbers per integral percentage. To make these sort properly, 2 digits of precision are insufficient. In the case of HSL “lightness” (or other similarly motivated quantities) this is especially important in my opinion, since all of the components’ values contribute to this, making it effectively more finely tuned than individual RGB components. (3) It really isn’t any harder to read the table with an extra digit on these, since users should understand the decimal system pretty well, and can read from left to right (which means they should easily understand that ".358" is "about 36%").
  • I don’t think it’s helpful to include a “hide” link to collapse the table. That’s just a distraction.
  • RGB16 is not a meaningful label. "Hex triplet" would be an okay label, but I personally think 8-bit hex is clearer. As for the “RGB” part. All of these quantities (R, G, B, hex, H, S, L) are just as dependent on “RGB” – or in this case specifically sRGB. Users will either recognize the #FFFFFF form, or click the link and figure out what a hex triplet is, or else ignore that column.
  • All the numeric columns should be right-aligned.
jacobolus (t) 20:06, 12 September 2010 (UTC)
I’ve changed the table to use {{Colort}} like List of colors does. — Christoph Päper 00:15, 13 September 2010 (UTC)
I like some of your improvements to the Colort template quite a bit. I wonder whether changing that template will tick off editors on other pages where it appears though. I’d edit the Colort template some myself, but changing templates which are used multiple places is always a bit of a touchy subject. –jacobolus (t) 01:34, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

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Since we’re apparently using fixed column widths here, we can probably actually get around the restriction on using colspan within a sortable table, by just stacking another table on top with a row of labels for multiple-column combined headings. Then we can put RGB (or perhaps sRGB), HSL, HSV column-spanning headings, and then simplify the column labels themselves to R, G, B, H, etc., and put the sorter widgets in-line next to those (and also get rid of the redundant links on every one of them). –jacobolus (t) 01:48, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

No nested tables please. — Christoph Päper 13:57, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

Also, it’s IMO a bad idea to get rid of the border around the color sample itself (by making it the border), because (1) the color seen by the human eye is dramatically affected by nearby and especially adjoining colors, and providing the little gray gap between each color reduces this effect a fair bit, and (2) not having the horizontal lines go all the way across reduces the visual coherence of the table. –jacobolus (t) 01:55, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

It’s a drawback, yes, but a minor one in my opinion. If you sort the table you get different adjoining colors. — Christoph Päper 13:57, 19 September 2010 (UTC)
Can you explain the benefit of making the color the border color instead of putting it in its own cell? I think the latter would be substantially better. –jacobolus (t) 17:54, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

Also, I’d get rid of the bold on the color names, though they could certainly remain TH elements. –jacobolus (t) 01:58, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

Let row headers be handled by sitewide or user stylesheets. — Christoph Päper 13:57, 19 September 2010 (UTC)
That's nonsense. 99.9% of users will get a worse design that way, and anyway most people probably want bold THs in most cases (i.e. for column headings) so the site-wide settings will be forced to be wrong for these color names. Basically, reasonable alternatives for this table are (1) use TD elements for the color names, or (2) use TH elements but make sure the text is left aligned and regular weight. I'm starting to favor (1) but I think (2) would be acceptable. Leaving the cells bold and horizontally centered is not acceptable. –jacobolus (t) 17:56, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

We should be able to calculate R, G, and B from the provided hex, and cut down on the things users need to enter for a color. For example, if we have the color #74DAF4, then its hex is 74DAF4, and we can do:

  • red = {{hex2dec|{{padleft:|2|74DAF4}}}} → 116 ,
  • green = {{#expr: {{hex2dec|{{padleft:|4|74DAF4}}}} mod {{hex2dec|100}} }} → 218,
  • blue = {{#expr: {{hex2dec|74DAF4}} mod {{hex2dec|100}} }} → 244,
  • etc.

And in fact, those would probably work best if we just made a templates for them, hexcolor2red, hexcolor2blue, hexcolor2green, etc. –jacobolus (t) 02:40, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

Okay, I’ve added these, {{hexcolor2red}}, {{hexcolor2green}}, {{hexcolor2blue}}, and so you do {{hexcolor2red|74DAF4}} and you get 116, etc. –jacobolus (t) 19:15, 13 September 2010 (UTC)
Using the intransparent “hex triplet” as base seems awful. I’d prefer percentages or floats, but even 8bit decimal integers are better than hex triplet. — Christoph Päper 13:57, 19 September 2010 (UTC)
Seems awful why? The point is to simplify writing: the colors are generally defined in terms of the hex triplet, and it's not like people are going to be reading the raw source to find out what the R, G, and B components are. –jacobolus (t) 17:59, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

I just noticed, there’s actually quite a problem with using the result of using the RGB2HSL templates, and then rounding the results from those. Because those are numbers rounded to 3 digits, rounding a second time leads to incorrect rounding in some cases (e.g., 0.0045… rounds to 0.005 which rounds to 0.01, instead of the proper 0.00) We should either use the 3-digit rounding provided by the template, or else make a new template that rounds to 2 digits of precision. –jacobolus (t) 02:50, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

I wouldn’t call that “quite a problem”. The templates could be improved, though. (New ones are not needed.) — Christoph Päper 13:57, 19 September 2010 (UTC)
How would the templates be improved then? By adding a "precision" input or so? –jacobolus (t) 18:01, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

Why is here the CSS3 color table? The X11 table in wiki code can be found here (since 2004).--Perhelion (talk) 20:38, 29 November 2010 (UTC)

Coloring of color values[edit]

The numeric values for colors mentioned in the text of the article are currently displayed in the color they describe. Should they be? This doesn't strike me as something that should occur in the main text of an encyclopedia article, and it certainly doesn't help readability. —71.196.83.53 (talk) 08:24, 2 November 2011 (UTC)

The article now uses {{color sample}} instead of {{color}} in prose. — Christoph Päper 12:09, 2 November 2011 (UTC)

LaserLemon vs LightGoldenrodYellow[edit]

Disregard my original comment. I see that "LightGoldenrodYellow" has been shortened to be "LightGoldenrod" in the table, and "LaserLemon" has been added to the table. Why? LaserLemon is not listed in the CSS level 3 spec. Sprokofiev (talk) 01:41, 11 May 2012 (UTC)

Removed the WhiteSmoke redirect[edit]

I removed the the following, as WhiteSmoke (Virus) is now a redlink.

{{Redirect|WhiteSmoke|the computer virus connected with Norton AntiVirus|WhiteSmoke (Virus)}}

Tony Mach (talk) 21:36, 18 December 2013 (UTC)

You left it in a comment. I removed that, too. — Christoph Päper 11:54, 19 December 2013 (UTC)
Ah, OK! Tony Mach (talk) 12:54, 19 December 2013 (UTC)

Full Circle[edit]

The circle is almost complete X11 -> SVG + HTML colors -> CSS -> X11. Though the server no longer uses the rgb.txt file, but uses a builtin hardcoded database instead which hasn't yet been updated. Sounds like this will happen after 1.16. PaleAqua (talk) 03:39, 8 July 2014 (UTC)

abridged and rationalized[edit]

So who is abridging and rationalising? And hence isn't that self publishing and a POV? The article is X11 not W3C, so shouldn't the list BE THE LIST, THE X11 list. W3C references should be in w3C articles. If someone want a list of X11 colours supported by browsers, put that list in an article re browser colour support. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mimarx (talkcontribs) 06:18, 20 August 2014 (UTC)

 DoneChristoph Päper 10:40, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

Numbered variants[edit]

Color names
Name Hex
(RGB)
Red
(RGB)
Green
(RGB)
Blue
(RGB)
Hue
(HSL/HSV)
Satur.
(HSL)
Light
(HSL)
Satur.
(HSV)
Value
(HSV)
Antique White #FAEBD7 98% 92% 84% 34° 78% 91% 14% 98%
Antique White 1 #FFEFDB 100% 94% 86% 33° 100% 93% 14% 100%
Antique White 2 #EEDFCC 93% 87% 80% 34° 50% 87% 14% 93%
Antique White 3 #CDC0B0 80% 75% 69% 33° 23% 75% 14% 80%
Antique White 4 #8B8378 55% 51% 47% 35° 8% 51% 14% 55%
Aquamarine 1 #7FFFD4 50% 100% 83% 160° 100% 75% 50% 100% Aquamarine
Aquamarine 2 #76EEC6 46% 93% 78% 160° 78% 70% 50% 93%
Aquamarine 3 #66CDAA 40% 80% 67% 160° 51% 60% 50% 80%
Aquamarine 4 #458B74 27% 55% 45% 160° 34% 41% 50% 55%
Azure 1 #F0FFFF 94% 100% 100% 180° 100% 97% 6% 100% Azure
Azure 2 #E0EEEE 88% 93% 93% 180° 29% 91% 6% 93%
Azure 3 #C1CDCD 76% 80% 80% 180° 11% 78% 6% 80%
Azure 4 #838B8B 51% 55% 55% 180° 3% 53% 6% 55%
Bisque 1 #FFE4C4 100% 89% 77% 33° 100% 88% 23% 100% Bisque
Bisque 2 #EED5B7 93% 84% 72% 33° 62% 83% 23% 93%
Bisque 3 #CDB79E 80% 72% 62% 32° 32% 71% 23% 80%
Bisque 4 #8B7D6B 55% 49% 42% 34° 13% 48% 23% 55%
Blue 1 #0000FF 0% 0% 100% 240° 100% 50% 100% 100% Blue
Blue 2 #0000EE 0% 0% 93% 240° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Blue 3 #0000CD 0% 0% 80% 240° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Blue 4 #00008B 0% 0% 55% 240° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Brown #A52A2A 65% 16% 16% 59% 41% 75% 65%
Brown 1 #FF4040 100% 25% 25% 100% 63% 75% 100%
Brown 2 #EE3B3B 93% 23% 23% 84% 58% 75% 93%
Brown 3 #CD3333 80% 20% 20% 61% 50% 75% 80%
Brown 4 #8B2323 55% 14% 14% 60% 34% 75% 55%
Burlywood #DEB887 87% 72% 53% 34° 57% 70% 39% 87%
Burlywood 1 #FFD39B 100% 83% 61% 34° 100% 80% 39% 100%
Burlywood 2 #EEC591 93% 77% 57% 34° 73% 75% 39% 93%
Burlywood 3 #CDAA7D 80% 67% 49% 34° 44% 65% 39% 80%
Burlywood 4 #8B7355 55% 45% 33% 33° 24% 44% 39% 55%
Cadet Blue #5F9EA0 37% 62% 63% 182° 26% 50% 41% 63%
Cadet Blue 1 #98F5FF 60% 96% 100% 186° 100% 80% 40% 100%
Cadet Blue 2 #8EE5EE 56% 90% 93% 186° 74% 75% 40% 93%
Cadet Blue 3 #7AC5CD 48% 77% 80% 186° 45% 64% 41% 80%
Cadet Blue 4 #53868B 33% 53% 55% 185° 25% 44% 40% 55%
Chartreuse #7FFF00 50% 100% 0% 90° 100% 50% 100% 100%
Chartreuse 1 #7FFF00 50% 100% 0% 90° 100% 50% 100% 100%
Chartreuse 2 #76EE00 46% 93% 0% 90° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Chartreuse 3 #66CD00 40% 80% 0% 90° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Chartreuse 4 #458B00 27% 55% 0% 90° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Chocolate #D2691E 82% 41% 12% 25° 75% 47% 86% 82%
Chocolate 1 #FF7F24 100% 50% 14% 25° 100% 57% 86% 100%
Chocolate 2 #EE7621 93% 46% 13% 25° 86% 53% 86% 93%
Chocolate 3 #CD661D 80% 40% 11% 25° 75% 46% 86% 80%
Chocolate 4 #8B4513 55% 27% 7% 25° 76% 31% 86% 55%
Coral #FF7F50 100% 50% 31% 16° 100% 66% 69% 100%
Coral 1 #FF7256 100% 45% 34% 10° 100% 67% 66% 100%
Coral 2 #EE6A50 93% 42% 31% 10° 82% 62% 66% 93%
Coral 3 #CD5B45 80% 36% 27% 10° 58% 54% 66% 80%
Coral 4 #8B3E2F 55% 24% 18% 10° 50% 37% 66% 55%
Cornsilk 1 #FFF8DC 100% 97% 86% 48° 100% 93% 14% 100% Cornsilk
Cornsilk 2 #EEE8CD 93% 91% 80% 49° 49% 87% 14% 93%
Cornsilk 3 #CDC8B1 80% 78% 69% 49° 22% 75% 14% 80%
Cornsilk 4 #8B8878 55% 53% 47% 51° 8% 51% 14% 55%
Cyan 1 #00FFFF 0% 100% 100% 180° 100% 50% 100% 100% Cyan
Cyan 2 #00EEEE 0% 93% 93% 180° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Cyan 3 #00CDCD 0% 80% 80% 180° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Cyan 4 #008B8B 0% 55% 55% 180° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Dark Goldenrod #B8860B 72% 53% 4% 43° 89% 38% 94% 72%
Dark Goldenrod 1 #FFB90F 100% 73% 6% 43° 100% 53% 94% 100%
Dark Goldenrod 2 #EEAD0E 93% 68% 5% 43° 89% 49% 94% 93%
Dark Goldenrod 3 #CD950C 80% 58% 5% 43° 89% 43% 94% 80%
Dark Goldenrod 4 #8B6508 55% 40% 3% 43° 89% 29% 94% 55%
Dark Olive Green #556B2F 33% 42% 18% 82° 39% 30% 56% 42%
Dark Olive Green 1 #CAFF70 79% 100% 44% 82° 100% 72% 56% 100%
Dark Olive Green 2 #BCEE68 74% 93% 41% 82° 80% 67% 56% 93%
Dark Olive Green 3 #A2CD5A 64% 80% 35% 82° 54% 58% 56% 80%
Dark Olive Green 4 #6E8B3D 43% 55% 24% 82° 39% 39% 56% 55%
Dark Orange #FF8C00 100% 55% 0% 33° 100% 50% 100% 100%
Dark Orange 1 #FF7F00 100% 50% 0% 30° 100% 50% 100% 100%
Dark Orange 2 #EE7600 93% 46% 0% 30° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Dark Orange 3 #CD6600 80% 40% 0% 30° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Dark Orange 4 #8B4500 55% 27% 0% 30° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Dark Orchid #9932CC 60% 20% 80% 280° 61% 50% 76% 80%
Dark Orchid 1 #BF3EFF 75% 24% 100% 280° 100% 62% 76% 100%
Dark Orchid 2 #B23AEE 70% 23% 93% 280° 84% 58% 76% 93%
Dark Orchid 3 #9A32CD 60% 20% 80% 280° 61% 50% 76% 80%
Dark Orchid 4 #68228B 41% 13% 55% 280° 61% 34% 76% 55%
Dark Sea Green #8FBC8F 56% 74% 56% 120° 25% 65% 24% 74%
Dark Sea Green 1 #C1FFC1 76% 100% 76% 120° 100% 88% 24% 100%
Dark Sea Green 2 #B4EEB4 71% 93% 71% 120° 63% 82% 24% 93%
Dark Sea Green 3 #9BCD9B 61% 80% 61% 120° 33% 71% 24% 80%
Dark Sea Green 4 #698B69 41% 55% 41% 120° 14% 48% 25% 55%
Dark Slate Gray #2F4F4F 18% 31% 31% 180° 25% 25% 41% 31%
Dark Slate Gray 1 #97FFFF 59% 100% 100% 180° 100% 80% 41% 100%
Dark Slate Gray 2 #8DEEEE 55% 93% 93% 180° 74% 74% 41% 93%
Dark Slate Gray 3 #79CDCD 47% 80% 80% 180° 46% 64% 41% 80%
Dark Slate Gray 4 #528B8B 32% 55% 55% 180° 26% 43% 41% 55%
Deep Pink 1 #FF1493 100% 8% 58% 328° 100% 54% 92% 100% Deep Pink
Deep Pink 2 #EE1289 93% 7% 54% 328° 87% 50% 92% 93%
Deep Pink 3 #CD1076 80% 6% 46% 328° 86% 43% 92% 80%
Deep Pink 4 #8B0A50 55% 4% 31% 327° 87% 29% 93% 55%
Deep Sky Blue 1 #00BFFF 0% 75% 100% 195° 100% 50% 100% 100% Deep Sky Blue
Deep Sky Blue 2 #00B2EE 0% 70% 93% 195° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Deep Sky Blue 3 #009ACD 0% 60% 80% 195° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Deep Sky Blue 4 #00688B 0% 41% 55% 195° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Dodger Blue 1 #1E90FF 12% 56% 100% 210° 100% 56% 88% 100% Dodger Blue
Dodger Blue 2 #1C86EE 11% 53% 93% 210° 86% 52% 88% 93%
Dodger Blue 3 #1874CD 9% 45% 80% 210° 79% 45% 88% 80%
Dodger Blue 4 #104E8B 6% 31% 55% 210° 79% 30% 89% 55%
Firebrick #B22222 70% 13% 13% 68% 42% 81% 70%
Firebrick 1 #FF3030 100% 19% 19% 100% 59% 81% 100%
Firebrick 2 #EE2C2C 93% 17% 17% 85% 55% 82% 93%
Firebrick 3 #CD2626 80% 15% 15% 69% 48% 82% 80%
Firebrick 4 #8B1A1A 55% 10% 10% 69% 32% 81% 55%
Gold 1 #FFD700 100% 84% 0% 51° 100% 50% 100% 100% Gold
Gold 2 #EEC900 93% 79% 0% 51° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Gold 3 #CDAD00 80% 68% 0% 51° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Gold 4 #8B7500 55% 46% 0% 51° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Goldenrod #DAA520 85% 65% 13% 43° 74% 49% 85% 86%
Goldenrod 1 #FFC125 100% 76% 15% 43° 100% 57% 86% 100%
Goldenrod 2 #EEB422 93% 71% 13% 43° 86% 53% 86% 93%
Goldenrod 3 #CD9B1D 80% 61% 11% 43° 75% 46% 86% 80%
Goldenrod 4 #8B6914 55% 41% 8% 43° 75% 31% 86% 55%
Green 1 #00FF00 0% 100% 0% 120° 100% 50% 100% 100% Green
Green 2 #00EE00 0% 93% 0% 120° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Green 3 #00CD00 0% 80% 0% 120° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Green 4 #008B00 0% 55% 0% 120° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Honeydew 1 #F0FFF0 94% 100% 94% 120° 100% 97% 6% 100% Honeydew
Honeydew 2 #E0EEE0 88% 93% 88% 120° 29% 91% 6% 93%
Honeydew 3 #C1CDC1 76% 80% 76% 120° 11% 78% 6% 80%
Honeydew 4 #838B83 51% 55% 51% 120° 3% 53% 6% 55%
Hot Pink #FF69B4 100% 41% 71% 330° 100% 71% 59% 100%
Hot Pink 1 #FF6EB4 100% 43% 71% 331° 100% 72% 57% 100%
Hot Pink 2 #EE6AA7 93% 42% 65% 332° 80% 68% 56% 93%
Hot Pink 3 #CD6090 80% 38% 56% 334° 52% 59% 53% 80%
Hot Pink 4 #8B3A62 55% 23% 38% 330° 41% 39% 58% 55%
Indian Red #CD5C5C 80% 36% 36% 53% 58% 55% 80%
Indian Red 1 #FF6A6A 100% 42% 42% 100% 71% 58% 100%
Indian Red 2 #EE6363 93% 39% 39% 80% 66% 58% 93%
Indian Red 3 #CD5555 80% 33% 33% 55% 57% 59% 80%
Indian Red 4 #8B3A3A 55% 23% 23% 41% 39% 58% 55%
Indigo #4B0082 29% 0% 51% 275° 100% 26% 100% 51%
Indigo 2 #218868 13% 53% 41% 161° 61% 33% 76% 53%
Ivory 1 #FFFFF0 100% 100% 94% 60° 100% 97% 6% 100% Ivory
Ivory 2 #EEEEE0 93% 93% 88% 60° 29% 91% 6% 93%
Ivory 3 #CDCDC1 80% 80% 76% 60° 11% 78% 6% 80%
Ivory 4 #8B8B83 55% 55% 51% 60° 3% 53% 6% 55%
Khaki #F0E68C 94% 90% 55% 54° 77% 75% 42% 94%
Khaki 1 #FFF68F 100% 96% 56% 55° 100% 78% 44% 100%
Khaki 2 #EEE685 93% 90% 52% 55° 76% 73% 44% 93%
Khaki 3 #CDC673 80% 78% 45% 55° 47% 63% 44% 80%
Khaki 4 #8B864E 55% 53% 31% 55° 28% 43% 44% 55%
Lavender Blush 1 #FFF0F5 100% 94% 96% 340° 100% 97% 6% 100% Lavender Blush
Lavender Blush 2 #EEE0E5 93% 88% 90% 339° 29% 91% 6% 93%
Lavender Blush 3 #CDC1C5 80% 76% 77% 340° 11% 78% 6% 80%
Lavender Blush 4 #8B8386 55% 51% 53% 338° 3% 53% 6% 55%
Lemon Chiffon 1 #FFFACD 100% 98% 80% 54° 100% 90% 20% 100% Lemon Chiffon
Lemon Chiffon 2 #EEE9BF 93% 91% 75% 54° 58% 84% 20% 93%
Lemon Chiffon 3 #CDC9A5 80% 79% 65% 54° 29% 73% 20% 80%
Lemon Chiffon 4 #8B8970 55% 54% 44% 56° 11% 49% 19% 55%
Light Blue #ADD8E6 68% 85% 90% 195° 53% 79% 25% 90%
Light Blue 1 #BFEFFF 75% 94% 100% 195° 100% 88% 25% 100%
Light Blue 2 #B2DFEE 70% 87% 93% 195° 64% 82% 25% 93%
Light Blue 3 #9AC0CD 60% 75% 80% 195° 34% 70% 25% 80%
Light Blue 4 #68838B 41% 51% 55% 194° 14% 48% 25% 55%
Light Cyan 1 #E0FFFF 88% 100% 100% 180° 100% 94% 12% 100% Light Cyan
Light Cyan 2 #D1EEEE 82% 93% 93% 180° 46% 88% 12% 93%
Light Cyan 3 #B4CDCD 71% 80% 80% 180° 20% 76% 12% 80%
Light Cyan 4 #7A8B8B 48% 55% 55% 180° 7% 51% 12% 55%
Light Goldenrod #EEDD82 93% 87% 51% 51° 76% 72% 45% 93%
Light Goldenrod 1 #FFEC8B 100% 93% 55% 50° 100% 77% 46% 100%
Light Goldenrod 2 #EEDC82 93% 86% 51% 50° 76% 72% 45% 93%
Light Goldenrod 3 #CDBE70 80% 75% 44% 50° 48% 62% 45% 80%
Light Goldenrod 4 #8B814C 55% 51% 30% 51° 29% 42% 45% 55%
Light Pink #FFB6C1 100% 71% 76% 351° 100% 86% 29% 100%
Light Pink 1 #FFAEB9 100% 68% 73% 352° 100% 84% 32% 100%
Light Pink 2 #EEA2AD 93% 64% 68% 351° 69% 78% 32% 93%
Light Pink 3 #CD8C95 80% 55% 58% 352° 39% 68% 32% 80%
Light Pink 4 #8B5F65 55% 37% 40% 352° 19% 46% 32% 55%
Light Salmon 1 #FFA07A 100% 63% 48% 17° 100% 74% 52% 100% Light Salmon
Light Salmon 2 #EE9572 93% 58% 45% 17° 79% 69% 52% 93%
Light Salmon 3 #CD8162 80% 51% 38% 17° 52% 59% 52% 80%
Light Salmon 4 #8B5742 55% 34% 26% 17° 36% 40% 53% 55%
Light Sky Blue #87CEFA 53% 81% 98% 203° 92% 76% 46% 98%
Light Sky Blue 1 #B0E2FF 69% 89% 100% 202° 100% 85% 31% 100%
Light Sky Blue 2 #A4D3EE 64% 83% 93% 202° 69% 79% 31% 93%
Light Sky Blue 3 #8DB6CD 55% 71% 80% 202° 39% 68% 31% 80%
Light Sky Blue 4 #607B8B 38% 48% 55% 202° 18% 46% 31% 55%
Light Steel Blue #B0C4DE 69% 77% 87% 214° 41% 78% 21% 87%
Light Steel Blue 1 #CAE1FF 79% 88% 100% 214° 100% 90% 21% 100%
Light Steel Blue 2 #BCD2EE 74% 82% 93% 214° 60% 84% 21% 93%
Light Steel Blue 3 #A2B5CD 64% 71% 80% 214° 30% 72% 21% 80%
Light Steel Blue 4 #6E7B8B 43% 48% 55% 213° 12% 49% 21% 55%
Light Yellow 1 #FFFFE0 100% 100% 88% 60° 100% 94% 12% 100% Light Yellow
Light Yellow 2 #EEEED1 93% 93% 82% 60° 46% 88% 12% 93%
Light Yellow 3 #CDCDB4 80% 80% 71% 60° 20% 76% 12% 80%
Light Yellow 4 #8B8B7A 55% 55% 48% 60° 7% 51% 12% 55%
Magenta 1 #FF00FF 100% 0% 100% 300° 100% 50% 100% 100% Magenta
Magenta 2 #EE00EE 93% 0% 93% 300° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Magenta 3 #CD00CD 80% 0% 80% 300° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Magenta 4 #8B008B 55% 0% 55% 300° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Maroon #B03060 69% 19% 38% 338° 57% 44% 73% 69%
Maroon 1 #FF34B3 100% 20% 70% 323° 100% 60% 80% 100%
Maroon 2 #EE30A7 93% 19% 65% 322° 85% 56% 80% 93%
Maroon 3 #CD2990 80% 16% 56% 322° 67% 48% 80% 80%
Maroon 4 #8B1C62 55% 11% 38% 322° 67% 33% 80% 55%
Medium Orchid #BA55D3 73% 33% 83% 288° 59% 58% 60% 83%
Medium Orchid 1 #E066FF 88% 40% 100% 288° 100% 70% 60% 100%
Medium Orchid 2 #D15FEE 82% 37% 93% 288° 81% 65% 60% 93%
Medium Orchid 3 #B452CD 71% 32% 80% 288° 55% 56% 60% 80%
Medium Orchid 4 #7A378B 48% 22% 55% 288° 43% 38% 60% 55%
Medium Purple #9370DB 58% 44% 86% 260° 60% 65% 49% 86%
Medium Purple 1 #AB82FF 67% 51% 100% 260° 100% 76% 49% 100%
Medium Purple 2 #9F79EE 62% 47% 93% 260° 78% 70% 49% 93%
Medium Purple 3 #8968CD 54% 41% 80% 260° 50% 61% 49% 80%
Medium Purple 4 #5D478B 36% 28% 55% 259° 32% 41% 49% 55%
Misty Rose #FFE4E1 100% 89% 88% 100% 94% 12% 100%
Misty Rose 1 #FFE4E1 100% 89% 88% 100% 94% 12% 100%
Misty Rose 2 #EED5D2 93% 84% 82% 45% 88% 12% 93%
Misty Rose 3 #CDB7B5 80% 72% 71% 19% 76% 12% 80%
Misty Rose 4 #8B7D7B 55% 49% 48% 7% 51% 12% 55%
Navajo White 1 #FFDEAD 100% 87% 68% 36° 100% 84% 32% 100% Navajo White
Navajo White 2 #EECFA1 93% 81% 63% 36° 69% 78% 32% 93%
Navajo White 3 #CDB38B 80% 70% 55% 36° 40% 68% 32% 80%
Navajo White 4 #8B795E 55% 47% 37% 36° 19% 46% 32% 55%
Olive Drab #6B8E23 42% 56% 14% 80° 61% 35% 75% 56%
Olive Drab 1 #C0FF3E 75% 100% 24% 80° 100% 62% 76% 100%
Olive Drab 2 #B3EE3A 70% 93% 23% 80° 84% 58% 76% 93%
Olive Drab 3 #9ACD32 60% 80% 20% 80° 61% 50% 76% 80%
Olive Drab 4 #698B22 41% 55% 13% 79° 61% 34% 76% 55%
Orange 1 #FFA500 100% 65% 0% 39° 100% 50% 100% 100% Orange
Orange 2 #EE9A00 93% 60% 0% 39° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Orange 3 #CD8500 80% 52% 0% 39° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Orange 4 #8B5A00 55% 35% 0% 39° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Orange Red 1 #FF4500 100% 27% 0% 16° 100% 50% 100% 100% Orange Red
Orange Red 2 #EE4000 93% 25% 0% 16° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Orange Red 3 #CD3700 80% 22% 0% 16° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Orange Red 4 #8B2500 55% 15% 0% 16° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Orchid #DA70D6 85% 44% 84% 302° 59% 65% 49% 86%
Orchid 1 #FF83FA 100% 51% 98% 302° 100% 76% 49% 100%
Orchid 2 #EE7AE9 93% 48% 91% 303° 77% 71% 49% 93%
Orchid 3 #CD69C9 80% 41% 79% 302° 50% 61% 49% 80%
Orchid 4 #8B4789 55% 28% 54% 302° 32% 41% 49% 55%
Pale Green #98FB98 60% 98% 60% 120° 93% 79% 39% 98%
Pale Green 1 #9AFF9A 60% 100% 60% 120° 100% 80% 40% 100%
Pale Green 2 #90EE90 56% 93% 56% 120° 73% 75% 40% 93%
Pale Green 3 #7CCD7C 49% 80% 49% 120° 45% 65% 40% 80%
Pale Green 4 #548B54 33% 55% 33% 120° 25% 44% 40% 55%
Pale Turquoise #AFEEEE 69% 93% 93% 180° 65% 81% 27% 93%
Pale Turquoise 1 #BBFFFF 73% 100% 100% 180° 100% 87% 27% 100%
Pale Turquoise 2 #AEEEEE 68% 93% 93% 180° 65% 81% 27% 93%
Pale Turquoise 3 #96CDCD 59% 80% 80% 180° 36% 70% 27% 80%
Pale Turquoise 4 #668B8B 40% 55% 55% 180° 15% 47% 27% 55%
Pale Violet Red #DB7093 86% 44% 58% 340° 60% 65% 49% 86%
Pale Violet Red 1 #FF82AB 100% 51% 67% 340° 100% 76% 49% 100%
Pale Violet Red 2 #EE799F 93% 47% 62% 341° 78% 70% 49% 93%
Pale Violet Red 3 #CD6889 80% 41% 54% 340° 50% 61% 49% 80%
Pale Violet Red 4 #8B475D 55% 28% 36% 341° 32% 41% 49% 55%
Peach Puff 1 #FFDAB9 100% 85% 73% 28° 100% 86% 28% 100% Peach Puff
Peach Puff 2 #EECBAD 93% 80% 68% 28° 66% 81% 27% 93%
Peach Puff 3 #CDAF95 80% 69% 58% 28° 36% 69% 27% 80%
Peach Puff 4 #8B7765 55% 47% 40% 28° 16% 47% 27% 55%
Pink #FFC0CB 100% 75% 80% 350° 100% 88% 25% 100%
Pink 1 #FFB5C5 100% 71% 77% 347° 100% 86% 29% 100%
Pink 2 #EEA9B8 93% 66% 72% 347° 67% 80% 29% 93%
Pink 3 #CD919E 80% 57% 62% 347° 38% 69% 29% 80%
Pink 4 #8B636C 55% 39% 42% 347° 17% 47% 29% 55%
Plum #DDA0DD 87% 63% 87% 300° 47% 75% 28% 87%
Plum 1 #FFBBFF 100% 73% 100% 300° 100% 87% 27% 100%
Plum 2 #EEAEEE 93% 68% 93% 300° 65% 81% 27% 93%
Plum 3 #CD96CD 80% 59% 80% 300° 36% 70% 27% 80%
Plum 4 #8B668B 55% 40% 55% 300° 15% 47% 27% 55%
Purple #A020F0 63% 13% 94% 277° 87% 53% 87% 94%
Purple 1 #9B30FF 61% 19% 100% 271° 100% 59% 81% 100%
Purple 2 #912CEE 57% 17% 93% 271° 85% 55% 82% 93%
Purple 3 #7D26CD 49% 15% 80% 271° 69% 48% 82% 80%
Purple 4 #551A8B 33% 10% 55% 271° 69% 32% 81% 55%
Red 1 #FF0000 100% 0% 0% 100% 50% 100% 100% Red
Red 2 #EE0000 93% 0% 0% 100% 47% 100% 93%
Red 3 #CD0000 80% 0% 0% 100% 40% 100% 80%
Red 4 #8B0000 55% 0% 0% 100% 27% 100% 55%
Rosy Brown #BC8F8F 74% 56% 56% 25% 65% 24% 74%
Rosy Brown 1 #FFC1C1 100% 76% 76% 100% 88% 24% 100%
Rosy Brown 2 #EEB4B4 93% 71% 71% 63% 82% 24% 93%
Rosy Brown 3 #CD9B9B 80% 61% 61% 33% 71% 24% 80%
Rosy Brown 4 #8B6969 55% 41% 41% 14% 48% 25% 55%
Royal Blue #4169E1 25% 41% 88% 225° 73% 57% 71% 88%
Royal Blue 1 #4876FF 28% 46% 100% 225° 100% 64% 72% 100%
Royal Blue 2 #436EEE 26% 43% 93% 225° 83% 60% 72% 93%
Royal Blue 3 #3A5FCD 23% 37% 80% 225° 60% 52% 72% 80%
Royal Blue 4 #27408B 15% 25% 55% 225° 56% 35% 72% 55%
Salmon #FA8072 98% 50% 45% 93% 71% 54% 98%
Salmon 1 #FF8C69 100% 55% 41% 14° 100% 71% 59% 100%
Salmon 2 #EE8262 93% 51% 38% 14° 81% 66% 59% 93%
Salmon 3 #CD7054 80% 44% 33% 14° 55% 57% 59% 80%
Salmon 4 #8B4C39 55% 30% 22% 14° 42% 38% 59% 55%
Sea Green #2E8B57 18% 55% 34% 147° 50% 36% 67% 55%
Sea Green 1 #54FF9F 33% 100% 62% 146° 100% 67% 67% 100%
Sea Green 2 #4EEE94 31% 93% 58% 146° 83% 62% 67% 93%
Sea Green 3 #43CD80 26% 80% 50% 147° 58% 53% 67% 80%
Sea Green 4 #2E8B57 18% 55% 34% 147° 50% 36% 67% 55%
Seashell 1 #FFF5EE 100% 96% 93% 25° 100% 97% 7% 100% Seashell
Seashell 2 #EEE5DE 93% 90% 87% 26° 32% 90% 7% 93%
Seashell 3 #CDC5BF 80% 77% 75% 26° 12% 78% 7% 80%
Seashell 4 #8B8682 55% 53% 51% 27° 4% 53% 7% 55%
Sienna #A0522D 63% 32% 18% 19° 56% 40% 72% 63%
Sienna 1 #FF8247 100% 51% 28% 19° 100% 64% 72% 100%
Sienna 2 #EE7942 93% 47% 26% 19° 84% 60% 72% 93%
Sienna 3 #CD6839 80% 41% 22% 19° 60% 51% 72% 80%
Sienna 4 #8B4726 55% 28% 15% 20° 57% 35% 73% 55%
Sky Blue #87CEEB 53% 81% 92% 197° 71% 73% 43% 92%
Sky Blue 1 #87CEFF 53% 81% 100% 205° 100% 77% 47% 100%
Sky Blue 2 #7EC0EE 49% 75% 93% 205° 77% 71% 47% 93%
Sky Blue 3 #6CA6CD 42% 65% 80% 204° 49% 61% 47% 80%
Sky Blue 4 #4A708B 29% 44% 55% 205° 31% 42% 47% 55%
Slate Blue #6A5ACD 42% 35% 80% 248° 54% 58% 56% 80%
Slate Blue 1 #836FFF 51% 44% 100% 248° 100% 72% 57% 100%
Slate Blue 2 #7A67EE 48% 40% 93% 248° 80% 67% 57% 93%
Slate Blue 3 #6959CD 41% 35% 80% 248° 54% 58% 57% 80%
Slate Blue 4 #473C8B 28% 24% 55% 248° 40% 39% 57% 55%
Slate Gray #708090 44% 50% 56% 210° 13% 50% 22% 57%
Slate Gray 1 #C6E2FF 78% 89% 100% 211° 100% 89% 22% 100%
Slate Gray 2 #B9D3EE 73% 83% 93% 211° 61% 83% 22% 93%
Slate Gray 3 #9FB6CD 62% 71% 80% 210° 32% 71% 22% 80%
Slate Gray 4 #6C7B8B 42% 48% 55% 211° 13% 48% 22% 55%
Snow 1 #FFFAFA 100% 98% 98% 100% 99% 2% 100% Snow
Snow 2 #EEE9E9 93% 91% 91% 13% 92% 2% 93%
Snow 3 #CDC9C9 80% 79% 79% 4% 80% 2% 80%
Snow 4 #8B8989 55% 54% 54% 1% 54% 1% 55%
Spring Green 1 #00FF7F 0% 100% 50% 150° 100% 50% 100% 100% Spring Green
Spring Green 2 #00EE76 0% 93% 46% 150° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Spring Green 3 #00CD66 0% 80% 40% 150° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Spring Green 4 #008B45 0% 55% 27% 150° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Steel Blue #4682B4 27% 51% 71% 207° 44% 49% 61% 71%
Steel Blue 1 #63B8FF 39% 72% 100% 207° 100% 69% 61% 100%
Steel Blue 2 #5CACEE 36% 67% 93% 207° 81% 65% 61% 93%
Steel Blue 3 #4F94CD 31% 58% 80% 207° 56% 56% 62% 80%
Steel Blue 4 #36648B 21% 39% 55% 208° 44% 38% 61% 55%
Tan #D2B48C 82% 71% 55% 34° 44% 69% 33% 82%
Tan 1 #FFA54F 100% 65% 31% 29° 100% 66% 69% 100%
Tan 2 #EE9A49 93% 60% 29% 30° 83% 61% 69% 93%
Tan 3 #CD853F 80% 52% 25% 30° 59% 53% 69% 80%
Tan 4 #8B5A2B 55% 35% 17% 29° 53% 36% 69% 55%
Thistle #D8BFD8 85% 75% 85% 300° 24% 80% 12% 85%
Thistle 1 #FFE1FF 100% 88% 100% 300° 100% 94% 12% 100%
Thistle 2 #EED2EE 93% 82% 93% 300° 45% 88% 12% 93%
Thistle 3 #CDB5CD 80% 71% 80% 300° 19% 76% 12% 80%
Thistle 4 #8B7B8B 55% 48% 55% 300° 7% 51% 12% 55%
Tomato 1 #FF6347 100% 39% 28% 100% 64% 72% 100% Tomato
Tomato 2 #EE5C42 93% 36% 26% 84% 60% 72% 93%
Tomato 3 #CD4F39 80% 31% 22% 60% 51% 72% 80%
Tomato 4 #8B3626 55% 21% 15% 10° 57% 35% 73% 55%
Turquoise #40E0D0 25% 88% 82% 174° 72% 57% 71% 88%
Turquoise 1 #00F5FF 0% 96% 100% 182° 100% 50% 100% 100%
Turquoise 2 #00E5EE 0% 90% 93% 182° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Turquoise 3 #00C5CD 0% 77% 80% 182° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Turquoise 4 #00868B 0% 53% 55% 182° 100% 27% 100% 55%
Violet Red #D02090 82% 13% 56% 322° 73% 47% 85% 82%
Violet Red 1 #FF3E96 100% 24% 59% 333° 100% 62% 76% 100%
Violet Red 2 #EE3A8C 93% 23% 55% 333° 84% 58% 76% 93%
Violet Red 3 #CD3278 80% 20% 47% 333° 61% 50% 76% 80%
Violet Red 4 #8B2252 55% 13% 32% 333° 61% 34% 76% 55%
Wheat #F5DEB3 96% 87% 70% 39° 77% 83% 27% 96%
Wheat 1 #FFE7BA 100% 91% 73% 39° 100% 87% 27% 100%
Wheat 2 #EED8AE 93% 85% 68% 39° 65% 81% 27% 93%
Wheat 3 #CDBA96 80% 73% 59% 39° 36% 70% 27% 80%
Wheat 4 #8B7E66 55% 49% 40% 39° 15% 47% 27% 55%
Yellow 1 #FFFF00 100% 100% 0% 60° 100% 50% 100% 100% Yellow
Yellow 2 #EEEE00 93% 93% 0% 60° 100% 47% 100% 93%
Yellow 3 #CDCD00 80% 80% 0% 60° 100% 40% 100% 80%
Yellow 4 #8B8B00 55% 55% 0% 60° 100% 27% 100% 55%

I wanted to include a sample table for the numbered variants (and did), when I discovered that with {{colort/color}} you can clearly see that they are the result of value or brightness variation in HSV/HSB notation in a constant manner. Hues are sometimes slightly off, though. I didn’t want to include another {{colort}} table, though, because these templates are expensive and the page is already loading slowly.

Has this been documented somewhere so we could reference that and rewrite the section? — Christoph Päper 10:17, 22 August 2014 (UTC)

See my links in the full circle section above which has links to the source definition files. The current version of X11 has them in rgb.txt at [3], though these days they are built into the server as seen at [4]. PaleAqua (talk) 02:27, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
I was asking for a reference (i.e. reliable source) for the brightness values of color variants. The source code is quiet on that. — Christoph Päper 10:11, 25 August 2014 (UTC)
The variants got added by Paul Raveling [5]. See also the README which talks about the 4 variants and raveling.txt which got merged into RGB text. PaleAqua (talk) 21:29, 25 August 2014 (UTC)
Ah, I see, thanks. It seems, though, that not all of raveling.txt made it into rgb.txt. — Christoph Päper 15:22, 26 August 2014 (UTC)
Yeah, and the variants got removed ( for performance reasons ) and later readded at the end. Also, some of the base colors got changed ( often somewhere between thomas.txt and raveling.txt ) wthout the variants being updated. I believe variants follow a highest RGB coordinate being 255, 238, 205, and then 139 from 1 to 4 and the rest of the RGB coordinates scaled relatively to the highest. PaleAqua (talk) 19:53, 26 August 2014 (UTC)
Color names
Name Hex
(RGB)
Red
(RGB)
Green
(RGB)
Blue
(RGB)
Hue
(HSL/HSV)
Satur.
(HSL)
Light
(HSL)
Satur.
(HSV)
Value
(HSV)
found in files
Aquamarine #29AB97 16% 67% 59% 171° 61% 42% 76% 67% thomas.txt
Aquamarine #70DB93 44% 86% 58% 140° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Aquamarine #7FFFD4 50% 100% 83% 160° 100% 75% 50% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Blue Violet #7221BC 45% 13% 74% 271° 70% 43% 82% 74% thomas.txt
Blue Violet #8A2BE2 54% 17% 89% 271° 76% 53% 81% 89% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Blue Violet #9F5F9F 62% 37% 62% 300° 25% 50% 40% 62% old-rgb.txt
Brown #674300 40% 26% 0% 39° 100% 20% 100% 40% thomas.txt
Brown #A52A2A 65% 16% 16% 59% 41% 75% 65% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Cadet Blue #5F999F 37% 60% 62% 186° 25% 50% 40% 62% raveling.txt
Cadet Blue #5F9EA0 37% 62% 63% 182° 26% 50% 41% 63% rgb.txt
Cadet Blue #5F9F9F 37% 62% 62% 180° 25% 50% 40% 62% old-rgb.txt
Cadet Blue #7E7DA0 49% 49% 63% 242° 16% 56% 22% 63% thomas.txt
Coral #F88975 97% 54% 46% 90% 72% 53% 97% thomas.txt
Coral #FF7256 100% 45% 34% 10° 100% 67% 66% 100% raveling.txt
Coral #FF7F00 100% 50% 0% 30° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt
Coral #FF7F50 100% 50% 31% 16° 100% 66% 69% 100% rgb.txt
Cornflower Blue #222298 13% 13% 60% 240° 63% 37% 78% 60% raveling.txt
Cornflower Blue #42426F 26% 26% 44% 240° 25% 35% 41% 44% old-rgb.txt
Cornflower Blue #6495ED 39% 58% 93% 219° 79% 66% 58% 93% rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Dark Green #005300 0% 33% 0% 120° 100% 16% 100% 33% raveling.txt = thomas.txt
Dark Green #006400 0% 39% 0% 120° 100% 20% 100% 39% rgb.txt
Dark Green #2F4F2F 18% 31% 18% 120° 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt
Dark Olive Green #4F4F2F 31% 31% 18% 60° 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Dark Olive Green #556B2F 33% 42% 18% 82° 39% 30% 56% 42% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Dark Orange #FF7F00 100% 50% 0% 30° 100% 50% 100% 100% raveling.txt
Dark Orange #FF8C00 100% 55% 0% 33° 100% 50% 100% 100% rgb.txt
Dark Orchid #6A2566 42% 15% 40% 304° 48% 28% 65% 42% thomas.txt
Dark Orchid #9932CC 60% 20% 80% 280° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Dark Slate Blue #333E63 20% 24% 39% 226° 32% 29% 49% 39% thomas.txt
Dark Slate Blue #483D8B 28% 24% 55% 249° 39% 39% 56% 55% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Dark Slate Blue #6B238E 42% 14% 56% 280° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Dark Slate Gray #2F4F4F 18% 31% 31% 180° 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Dark Slate Gray #3C404A 24% 25% 29% 223° 10% 26% 19% 29% thomas.txt
Dark Slate Grey #2F4F4F 18% 31% 31% 180° 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Dark Slate Grey #3C404A 24% 25% 29% 223° 10% 26% 19% 29% thomas.txt
Dark Turquoise #00C3CD 0% 76% 80% 183° 100% 40% 100% 80% raveling.txt
Dark Turquoise #00CED1 0% 81% 82% 181° 100% 41% 100% 82% rgb.txt
Dark Turquoise #1D6F75 11% 44% 46% 184° 60% 29% 75% 46% thomas.txt
Dark Turquoise #7093DB 44% 58% 86% 220° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Dim Gray #545454 33% 33% 33% 0% 33% 0% 33% old-rgb.txt
Dim Gray #696969 41% 41% 41% 0% 41% 0% 41% raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Dim Grey #545454 33% 33% 33% 0% 33% 0% 33% old-rgb.txt
Dim Grey #696969 41% 41% 41% 0% 41% 0% 41% raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Firebrick #88120D 53% 7% 5% 83% 29% 90% 53% thomas.txt
Firebrick #8E2323 56% 14% 14% 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Firebrick #B22222 70% 13% 13% 68% 42% 81% 70% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Flat Medium Blue #3A5FCD 23% 37% 80% 225° 60% 52% 72% 80% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Blue 1 #4876FF 28% 46% 100% 225° 100% 64% 72% 100% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Blue 2 #436EEE 26% 43% 93% 225° 83% 60% 72% 93% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Blue 3 #3A5FCD 23% 37% 80% 225° 60% 52% 72% 80% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Blue 4 #27408B 15% 25% 55% 225° 56% 35% 72% 55% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Green #8FBC8F 56% 74% 56% 120° 25% 65% 24% 74% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Green 1 #C1FFC1 76% 100% 76% 120° 100% 88% 24% 100% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Green 2 #B4EEB4 71% 93% 71% 120° 63% 82% 24% 93% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Green 3 #9BCD9B 61% 80% 61% 120° 33% 71% 24% 80% raveling.txt
Flat Medium Green 4 #698B69 41% 55% 41% 120° 14% 48% 25% 55% raveling.txt
Forest Green #228B22 13% 55% 13% 120° 61% 34% 76% 55% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Forest Green #238E23 14% 56% 14% 120° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Forest Green #55C034 33% 75% 20% 106° 57% 48% 73% 75% thomas.txt
Gold #CC7F32 80% 50% 20% 30° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Gold #FEC544 100% 77% 27% 42° 99% 63% 73% 100% thomas.txt
Gold #FFD700 100% 84% 0% 51° 100% 50% 100% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Goldenrod #DAA520 85% 65% 13% 43° 74% 49% 85% 86% raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Goldenrod #DBDB70 86% 86% 44% 60° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Gray #AEAEAE 68% 68% 68% 0% 68% 0% 68% thomas.txt
Gray #BEBEBE 75% 75% 75% 0% 75% 0% 75% rgb.txt
Gray #C0C0C0 75% 75% 75% 0% 75% 0% 75% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt
Green Yellow #93DB70 58% 86% 44% 100° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Green Yellow #9FD300 62% 83% 0% 75° 100% 41% 100% 83% thomas.txt
Green Yellow #ADFF2F 68% 100% 18% 84° 100% 59% 82% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Grey #AEAEAE 68% 68% 68% 0% 68% 0% 68% thomas.txt
Grey #BEBEBE 75% 75% 75% 0% 75% 0% 75% rgb.txt
Grey #C0C0C0 75% 75% 75% 0% 75% 0% 75% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt
Honeydew #F0FFF0 94% 100% 94% 120° 100% 97% 6% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Hot Pink #FF69B4 100% 41% 71% 330° 100% 71% 59% 100% rgb.txt
Indian Red #4F2F2F 31% 18% 18% 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt
Indian Red #652E2E 40% 18% 18% 37% 29% 55% 40% thomas.txt
Indian Red #8B3A3A 55% 23% 23% 41% 39% 58% 55% raveling.txt
Indian Red #CD5C5C 80% 36% 36% 53% 58% 55% 80% rgb.txt
Indigo #4B0082 29% 0% 51% 275° 100% 26% 100% 51% rgb.txt
Ivory #FFFFF0 100% 100% 94% 60° 100% 97% 6% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Khaki #9F9F5F 62% 62% 37% 60° 25% 50% 40% 62% old-rgb.txt
Khaki #BDA76B 74% 65% 42% 44° 38% 58% 43% 74% thomas.txt
Khaki #EEE686 93% 90% 53% 55° 75% 73% 44% 93% raveling.txt
Khaki #F0E68C 94% 90% 55% 54° 77% 75% 42% 94% rgb.txt
Light Blue #ABC5FF 67% 77% 100% 221° 100% 84% 33% 100% thomas.txt
Light Blue #ADD8E6 68% 85% 90% 195° 53% 79% 25% 90% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Light Blue #BFD8D8 75% 85% 85% 180° 24% 80% 12% 85% old-rgb.txt
Light Gray #A8A8A8 66% 66% 66% 0% 66% 0% 66% old-rgb.txt
Light Gray #D3D3D3 83% 83% 83% 0% 83% 0% 83% raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Light Grey #A8A8A8 66% 66% 66% 0% 66% 0% 66% old-rgb.txt
Light Grey #D3D3D3 83% 83% 83% 0% 83% 0% 83% raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Light Pink #FFAEB9 100% 68% 73% 352° 100% 84% 32% 100% raveling.txt
Light Pink #FFB6C1 100% 71% 76% 351° 100% 86% 29% 100% rgb.txt
Light Sky Blue #87CEFA 53% 81% 98% 203° 92% 76% 46% 98% rgb.txt
Light Sky Blue #B0E2FF 69% 89% 100% 202° 100% 85% 31% 100% raveling.txt
Light Steel Blue #3498CA 20% 60% 79% 200° 59% 50% 74% 79% thomas.txt
Light Steel Blue #8F8FBC 56% 56% 74% 240° 25% 65% 24% 74% old-rgb.txt
Light Steel Blue #B0C4DE 69% 77% 87% 214° 41% 78% 21% 87% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Lime Green #2E9B1C 18% 61% 11% 112° 69% 36% 82% 61% thomas.txt
Lime Green #32CC32 20% 80% 20% 120° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Lime Green #32CD32 20% 80% 20% 120° 61% 50% 76% 80% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Magenta #FF00D3 100% 0% 83% 310° 100% 50% 100% 100% thomas.txt
Magenta #FF00FF 100% 0% 100% 300° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Maroon #670748 40% 3% 28% 319° 87% 22% 93% 40% thomas.txt
Maroon #8E236B 56% 14% 42% 320° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Maroon #B0247C 69% 14% 49% 322° 66% 42% 80% 69% raveling.txt
Maroon #B03060 69% 19% 38% 338° 57% 44% 73% 69% rgb.txt
Medium Aquamarine #158776 8% 53% 46% 171° 73% 31% 84% 53% thomas.txt
Medium Aquamarine #32CC99 20% 80% 60% 160° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Medium Aquamarine #66CDAA 40% 80% 67% 160° 51% 60% 50% 80% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Medium Blue #0000CD 0% 0% 80% 240° 100% 40% 100% 80% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Medium Blue #3232CC 20% 20% 80% 240° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Medium Blue #3D62D0 24% 38% 82% 225° 61% 53% 71% 82% thomas.txt
Medium Forest Green #6B8E23 42% 56% 14% 80° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = thomas.txt
Medium Goldenrod #B8860B 72% 53% 4% 43° 89% 38% 94% 72% raveling.txt = thomas.txt
Medium Goldenrod #EAEAAD 92% 92% 68% 60° 59% 80% 26% 92% old-rgb.txt
Medium Goldenrod1 #FFB90F 100% 73% 6% 43° 100% 53% 94% 100% raveling.txt
Medium Goldenrod2 #EEAD0E 93% 68% 5% 43° 89% 49% 94% 93% raveling.txt
Medium Goldenrod3 #CD950C 80% 58% 5% 43° 89% 43% 94% 80% raveling.txt
Medium Goldenrod4 #8B6508 55% 40% 3% 43° 89% 29% 94% 55% raveling.txt
Medium Orchid #9370DB 58% 44% 86% 260° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Medium Orchid #AC4DA6 67% 30% 65% 304° 38% 49% 55% 68% thomas.txt
Medium Orchid #BA55D3 73% 33% 83% 288° 59% 58% 60% 83% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Medium Pink #FF7DB3 100% 49% 70% 335° 100% 75% 51% 100% raveling.txt
Medium Pink 1 #FF7DB3 100% 49% 70% 335° 100% 75% 51% 100% raveling.txt
Medium Pink 2 #EE74A7 93% 45% 65% 335° 78% 69% 51% 93% raveling.txt
Medium Pink 3 #CD6490 80% 39% 56% 335° 51% 60% 51% 80% raveling.txt
Medium Pink 4 #8B4462 55% 27% 38% 335° 34% 41% 51% 55% raveling.txt
Medium Sea Green #1B8656 11% 53% 34% 153° 67% 32% 80% 53% thomas.txt
Medium Sea Green #3CB371 24% 70% 44% 147° 50% 47% 67% 70% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Medium Sea Green #426F42 26% 44% 26% 120° 25% 35% 41% 44% old-rgb.txt
Medium Slate Blue #5F6D9A 37% 43% 60% 226° 24% 49% 38% 60% thomas.txt
Medium Slate Blue #7B68EE 48% 41% 93% 249° 80% 67% 56% 93% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Medium Slate Blue #7F00FF 50% 0% 100% 270° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt
Medium Spring Green #00FA9A 0% 98% 60% 157° 100% 49% 100% 98% rgb.txt
Medium Spring Green #3C8D23 24% 55% 14% 106° 60% 35% 75% 55% thomas.txt
Medium Spring Green #7FFF00 50% 100% 0% 90° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt
Medium Turquoise #00E3EE 0% 89% 93% 183° 100% 47% 100% 93% raveling.txt
Medium Turquoise #3EACB5 24% 67% 71% 185° 49% 48% 66% 71% thomas.txt
Medium Turquoise #48D1CC 28% 82% 80% 178° 60% 55% 66% 82% rgb.txt
Medium Turquoise #70DBDB 44% 86% 86% 180° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Medium Violet Red #C71585 78% 8% 52% 322° 81% 43% 89% 78% raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Medium Violet Red #DB7093 86% 44% 58% 340° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Midnight Blue #0C3E63 5% 24% 39% 206° 78% 22% 88% 39% thomas.txt
Midnight Blue #191964 10% 10% 39% 240° 60% 25% 75% 39% raveling.txt
Midnight Blue #191970 10% 10% 44% 240° 64% 27% 78% 44% rgb.txt
Midnight Blue #2F2F4F 18% 18% 31% 240° 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt
Navy #000080 0% 0% 50% 240° 100% 25% 100% 50% rgb.txt
Navy #00008E 0% 0% 56% 240° 100% 28% 100% 56% thomas.txt
Navy #22228B 13% 13% 55% 240° 61% 34% 76% 55% raveling.txt
Navy #23238E 14% 14% 56% 240° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Navy Blue #000080 0% 0% 50% 240° 100% 25% 100% 50% rgb.txt
Navy Blue #00008E 0% 0% 56% 240° 100% 28% 100% 56% thomas.txt
Navy Blue #22228B 13% 13% 55% 240° 61% 34% 76% 55% raveling.txt
Navy Blue #23238E 14% 14% 56% 240° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Old Goldenrod #EEDD82 93% 87% 51% 51° 76% 72% 45% 93% raveling.txt
Old Goldenrod 1 #FFEC8B 100% 93% 55% 50° 100% 77% 46% 100% raveling.txt
Old Goldenrod 2 #EEDC82 93% 86% 51% 50° 76% 72% 45% 93% raveling.txt
Old Goldenrod 3 #CDBE70 80% 75% 44% 50° 48% 62% 45% 80% raveling.txt
Old Goldenrod 4 #8B814C 55% 51% 30% 51° 29% 42% 45% 55% raveling.txt
Old Medium Goldenrod #EEEEAF 93% 93% 69% 60° 65% 81% 27% 93% raveling.txt
Old Medium Goldenrod 1 #FFFFBB 100% 100% 73% 60° 100% 87% 27% 100% raveling.txt
Old Medium Goldenrod 2 #EEEEAE 93% 93% 68% 60° 65% 81% 27% 93% raveling.txt
Old Medium Goldenrod 3 #CDCD96 80% 80% 59% 60° 36% 70% 27% 80% raveling.txt
Old Medium Goldenrod 4 #8B8B66 55% 55% 40% 60° 15% 47% 27% 55% raveling.txt
Olive #808000 50% 50% 0% 60° 100% 25% 100% 50% rgb.txt
Orange #CC3232 80% 20% 20% 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Orange #FF8A00 100% 54% 0% 33° 100% 50% 100% 100% thomas.txt
Orange #FFA500 100% 65% 0% 39° 100% 50% 100% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Orange Red #E2412A 89% 25% 16% 76% 53% 81% 89% thomas.txt
Orange Red #FF007F 100% 0% 50% 330° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt
Orange Red #FF4500 100% 27% 0% 16° 100% 50% 100% 100% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Orchid #DA6BD4 85% 42% 83% 303° 60% 64% 51% 86% thomas.txt
Orchid #DA70D6 85% 44% 84% 302° 59% 65% 49% 86% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Orchid #DB70DB 86% 44% 86% 300° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Pale Green #8FBC8F 56% 74% 56% 120° 25% 65% 24% 74% old-rgb.txt
Pale Green #98FB98 60% 98% 60% 120° 93% 79% 39% 98% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Pale Green #98FF98 60% 100% 60% 120° 100% 80% 40% 100% thomas.txt
Pale Pink #FFAAC8 100% 67% 78% 339° 100% 83% 33% 100% raveling.txt
Pink #BC8F8F 74% 56% 56% 25% 65% 24% 74% old-rgb.txt
Pink #FFAEB9 100% 68% 73% 352° 100% 84% 32% 100% thomas.txt
Pink #FFB5C5 100% 71% 77% 347° 100% 86% 29% 100% raveling.txt
Pink #FFC0CB 100% 75% 80% 350° 100% 88% 25% 100% rgb.txt
Plum #4C2E57 30% 18% 34% 284° 31% 26% 47% 34% thomas.txt
Plum #DDA0DD 87% 63% 87% 300° 47% 75% 28% 87% rgb.txt
Plum #EAADEA 92% 68% 92% 300° 59% 80% 26% 92% old-rgb.txt
Plum #EEAFEE 93% 69% 93% 300° 65% 81% 27% 93% raveling.txt
Purple #8A2BE2 54% 17% 89% 271° 76% 53% 81% 89% raveling.txt
Purple #A020F0 63% 13% 94% 277° 87% 53% 87% 94% rgb.txt
Purple #B000FF 69% 0% 100% 281° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt
Red #FF0000 100% 0% 0% 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Salmon #6F4242 44% 26% 26% 25% 35% 41% 44% old-rgb.txt
Salmon #F86D68 97% 43% 41% 91% 69% 58% 97% thomas.txt
Salmon #FA8072 98% 50% 45% 93% 71% 54% 98% rgb.txt
Salmon #FF8C69 100% 55% 41% 14° 100% 71% 59% 100% raveling.txt
Sandy Brown #B28F56 70% 56% 34% 37° 37% 52% 52% 70% thomas.txt
Sandy Brown #F4A460 96% 64% 38% 28° 87% 67% 61% 96% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Sea Green #238E6B 14% 56% 42% 160° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Sea Green #2BA770 17% 65% 44% 153° 59% 41% 74% 66% thomas.txt
Sea Green #2E8B57 18% 55% 34% 147° 50% 36% 67% 55% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Sienna #8E6B23 56% 42% 14% 40° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt = thomas.txt
Sienna #A0522D 63% 32% 18% 19° 56% 40% 72% 63% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Sky Blue #008AFF 0% 54% 100% 208° 100% 50% 100% 100% thomas.txt
Sky Blue #3299CC 20% 60% 80% 200° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Sky Blue #87CEEB 53% 81% 92% 197° 71% 73% 43% 92% rgb.txt
Sky Blue #87CEFF 53% 81% 100% 205° 100% 77% 47% 100% raveling.txt
Slate Blue #007FFF 0% 50% 100% 210° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt
Slate Blue #6A5ACD 42% 35% 80% 248° 54% 58% 56% 80% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Slate Blue #7586BE 46% 53% 75% 226° 36% 60% 38% 75% thomas.txt
Spring Green #00FF7F 0% 100% 50% 150° 100% 50% 100% 100% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Spring Green #00FF9F 0% 100% 62% 157° 100% 50% 100% 100% thomas.txt
Steel Blue #236B8E 14% 42% 56% 200° 61% 35% 75% 56% old-rgb.txt
Steel Blue #377999 22% 47% 60% 200° 47% 41% 64% 60% thomas.txt
Steel Blue #4682B4 27% 51% 71% 207° 44% 49% 61% 71% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Tan #B09B7D 69% 61% 49% 35° 24% 59% 29% 69% thomas.txt
Tan #D2B48C 82% 71% 55% 34° 44% 69% 33% 82% rgb.txt
Tan #DB9370 86% 58% 44% 20° 60% 65% 49% 86% old-rgb.txt
Tan #E19246 88% 57% 27% 29° 72% 58% 69% 88% raveling.txt
Teal #008080 0% 50% 50% 180° 100% 25% 100% 50% rgb.txt
Thistle #923E70 57% 24% 44% 324° 40% 41% 58% 57% thomas.txt
Thistle #D8BFD8 85% 75% 85% 300° 24% 80% 12% 85% old-rgb.txt = raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Turquoise #00F5FF 0% 96% 100% 182° 100% 50% 100% 100% raveling.txt
Turquoise #40E0D0 25% 88% 82% 174° 72% 57% 71% 88% rgb.txt
Turquoise #48D1CC 28% 82% 80% 178° 60% 55% 66% 82% thomas.txt
Turquoise #ADEAEA 68% 92% 92% 180° 59% 80% 26% 92% old-rgb.txt
Violet #4F2F4F 31% 18% 31% 300° 25% 25% 41% 31% old-rgb.txt
Violet #9400D3 58% 0% 83% 282° 100% 41% 100% 83% thomas.txt
Violet #EE82EE 93% 51% 93% 300° 76% 72% 45% 93% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Violet Red #CC3299 80% 20% 60% 320° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Violet Red #D02090 82% 13% 56% 322° 73% 47% 85% 82% rgb.txt
Violet Red #FF0094 100% 0% 58% 325° 100% 50% 100% 100% thomas.txt
Violet Red #FF3E96 100% 24% 59% 333° 100% 62% 76% 100% raveling.txt
Wheat #D8D8BF 85% 85% 75% 60° 24% 80% 12% 85% old-rgb.txt
Wheat #E5C775 90% 78% 46% 44° 68% 68% 49% 90% thomas.txt
Wheat #F5DEB3 96% 87% 70% 39° 77% 83% 27% 96% raveling.txt = rgb.txt
Yellow Green #4BD300 29% 83% 0% 99° 100% 41% 100% 83% thomas.txt
Yellow Green #99CC32 60% 80% 20% 80° 61% 50% 76% 80% old-rgb.txt
Yellow Green #9ACD32 60% 80% 20% 80° 61% 50% 76% 80% raveling.txt = rgb.txt

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