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#1 2017-10-11 18:09:03

chzandham
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I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

Can somebody please help me? I have been trying to use the EE Colorwheel website and it won't work! Whenever I try to enter a RGB Code or a specific block. Etc. It won't work! It just doesn't do anything when i press Enter! Please help, I really want to be able to make art easier sad


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#2 2017-10-11 18:30:50

XxAtillaxX
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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

It's working perfectly fine for me, with the exception of rgb() - hexadecimal works, however. What browser are you using? Is JavaScript enabled?

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#3 2017-10-11 21:39:29

chzandham
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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

@XxAtillaxX, Yes, i Enabled Flash & JavaScript, But Nothing.. it just shows it like as if i didnt do anything. just blank. What Colorwheel Website do you use?


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#4 2017-10-12 04:43:04

XxAtillaxX
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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

It's only reliant upon JavaScript, are you sure you aren't blocking any of the domains it loads from? You should look at the Network tab in Inspect Element and check.
I've tested on http://ee-colorwheel.herokuapp.com/ and it works perfectly well.

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#5 2017-10-12 13:16:42

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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

I, uh, moved this to bots and programming

thanks


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#6 2017-10-13 02:31:57

chzandham
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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

Thanks, Also ONCE It worked out. But now It won't work, now It's back to the white background and hard to read text. Disguised in the white background,

Also, how do I get a Color "HEX" Code? I can't figure it out.. what program can i use to find out? Paint.net? GIMP? MS Paint?


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#7 2017-10-13 03:38:51

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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

chzandham wrote:

Thanks, Also ONCE It worked out. But now It won't work, now It's back to the white background and hard to read text. Disguised in the white background,

Also, how do I get a Color "HEX" Code? I can't figure it out.. what program can i use to find out? Paint.net? GIMP? MS Paint?

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So if you want a blue block, you can type in the block name or a color (like 'blue') or a hex code to find it.


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#8 2017-10-13 17:06:30

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Re: I can use the EE Colorwheel! Help!

chzandham wrote:

Thanks, Also ONCE It worked out. But now It won't work, now It's back to the white background and hard to read text. Disguised in the white background

Can you give us a screenshot, possibly with the F12 console open? Otherwise theres not much we can do to help...

chzandham wrote:

Also, how do I get a Color "HEX" Code? I can't figure it out.. what program can i use to find out? Paint.net? GIMP? MS Paint?

Any of the above, plus there are loads of online tools (Google 'hex code picker')

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