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Date: Jan 15, 2004 9:41AM
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Many thanks Stephanie. However, I should have been more specific. I am
looking for some online color mixer tools. I have tried Color Remix at
http://color.twysted.net and it is not bad. However, if there are any others
out there, I would like to know about them. Although my question is not
related specifically to accessibility, the post that I can't seem to find in
the archives, talks about a variety of color tools including color mixers
and color-blindness checking.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephanie Sullivan [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ]
> Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 11:26 AM
> To: <EMAIL REMOVED>
> Subject: Re: Color information
> on 1/15/04 9:20 AM, <EMAIL REMOVED> at
> <EMAIL REMOVED> profoundly spewed forth their
> very articulate
> > A couple of months ago, someone posted to this discussion
> notice of a web
> > page that has many color resources on it such as color pickers,
> > color-blindness viewers, etc. Is that person still on this
> forum? Do you
> > remember the link? For some reason, I think it was a page
> on a US university
> > web site.
> I'm not sure which you're referring to from the past... but I
> do a free
> tech/web newsletter for Community MX ... yesterday I included
> a link for
> Vischeck's webpage and image check... It says it will simulate three
> different types of color blindness. Might be worth a look -
> Stephanie Sullivan
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