Thanks. I think the main reason why I didn't use the built-in color definitions is that I came up with all the colors for the ribbons before I did any of the actual CSS, and so I just copied and pasted the color codes. After that, I just wanted to keep things consistent.

Also, I've just about finished making a section for ribbon history. I'll go ahead and publish the finished example; then I'll start work on the Python script tomorrow.

On 4/15/2018 9:10 PM, Aris Merchant wrote:
I just submitted a PR to your GitHub repo that should fix the problem. By
the way, any particular reason you're not just using built in color
definitions where possible (e.g. white, black)?


On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 6:04 PM Aris Merchant <> wrote:

It won't work for a user who has changed the background color of the
page, and CSS is supposed to be customizable by the end user. What you
need to do is change your .t class from "background-color: #f7f7f7;"
to "background-color: transparent;", which will make it actually
transparent, not just the same color as the background.


On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 5:49 PM, ATMunn <> wrote:
I wasn't entirely sure what to do for the Transparent. The goal was to
it the same color as a blank spot (and making the blank spots slightly
to differentiate from white). I'm not exactly sure why it wouldn't work
though, can you send a screenshot?

On 4/15/2018 7:56 PM, Ørjan Johansen wrote:

On Sun, 15 Apr 2018, ATMunn wrote:

3) I'm working on creating an HTML version of the report, which will
be generated by the aforementioned Python script. Once it's ready,
will be an always up-to-date report on the AgoraNomic GitHub. For the
moment, I also have an example of what it will roughly look like on my

Bug report: The Transparent isn't. (In fact with my default background
color the Platinum looks closer.)


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