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    Custom Colors in the INI

    Is there something about how Revit reads the Hex values in the INI for custom colors I'm missing? I give it a specific value, I get a different color. At first I thought it might be showing the color's compliment but no. Something with my graphics card maybe? So odd.
    Greg McDowell Jr
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    https://www.revitforum.org/architect...tml#post139812

    ...the non custom colors are decimals, while the custom colors are hex triplets. So that first custom color would be b7ad94 = 12037524 = 183,173,148 (RGB) and the hilite color is 3618815 = 3737ff = 55,55,255 (RGB). This web site has the calculators you need to go back and forth if you want.
    https://www.easycalculation.com/numbers.php
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      #3
      I found it inverts the colour.

      & since long gave up on the Color Picker - and just went overkill over-doing every one of our company brand/style colours as filled regions, materials & filters.

      https://www.revitforum.org/architect...ues-areas.html

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        #4
        Originally posted by snowyweston View Post
        I found it inverts the colour.

        & since long gave up on the Color Picker - and just went overkill over-doing every one of our company brand/style colours as filled regions, materials & filters.

        https://www.revitforum.org/architect...ues-areas.html
        Trying to do both.

        The hex triples are inverted. Instead of RGB it's reading as BGR. Weird.

        Don't suppose there's anyway to change the colors above the 16 in the color picker?
        Greg McDowell Jr
        about.me/GMcDowellJr

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