Am 2010-05-13 um 22:57 schrieb Hans Hagen:
r = red channel
g = green channel
b = blue channel

c = cyan channel
m = magenta channel
y = yellow channel
k = black channel

h = hue or hexadecimal
s = saturation
v = value (or so)

h = hex (i'll add x for hex as well)

a = alternative
t = transparency factor

s = gray value

p = spotcolor percentage
e = spotcolorname

<name 1> = duotone 1
<name 2> = duotone 2

that's about it

I wikified that:
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Reference/en/definecolor

But how's it possible that h and s have two meanings? Does HSB mode work at all? (Didn't try.) What means "alternative"? (So far I only know that it should be 1 for transparency.)


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