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From: "Srgnt Biilko"
Subject: Re: 16 colors Re: TIA regressing
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Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 02:29:20 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
"for ronnie the christian capon who is afraid of todays date"
wrote in message
> and that would matter if computer monitors where somehow a form of html
Now that you mention it - it may have been a similar situation if it was
about the time we came out with what was then refered to as a "smart
display" which contained it's own control level microcode - but I think it
was just a group of computer "standards" that all used the same legal
> Srgnt Biilko wrote:
> > I guess these are the 16 legal colors that may have applied when I was
> > working on TIA.
> > http://www.webstandards.org/learn/reference/color_names.html
> > "Srgnt Biilko" wrote in message
> > news:cTwrb.40221$Ec1.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > >When I was doing Truth in Advertising reviews at a major computer
> > >manufacturer some years back the lawyers wouldn't let the ad guys say
> > their
> > >new displays had 128 colors - saying technically there are only 64
> > >(or maybe it was only 16, memory failing) and the rest are just
> > of
> > >the colors proper.
> > >
> > >Now I see an ad on TV where the manufacturer claims their new display
> > a
> > >"million colors". What the hell are the names of all those colors ?
> > >
> > >
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