I use VSD and HTML Editor. Together they make a great solution.
I find it frustrating that VSD uses RGB and HTML Editor uses HEX values. I get annoyed when my colors are off and I realize that I punched a RGB value into a HEX field or vice versa
If there is a setting for selecting a default I don't know about it. If there isn't there should be.
Jumping into a 3rd program to make the conversion is inconvenient.
There, I feel better.
First let's say you have the RGB value 0, 64, 128, and want to add it to the code... do this:
Just insert the RGB value where the HEX value would normally go with this formatting:
Or if you would like to change it to HEX format from within CoffeeCup HTML editor do this:
1. Click on the color-wheel icon in the toolbar
2. Click the "Define Custom Colors >>" button.
3. Then, simply enter the RGB value in the Red, Green, Blue boxes (Red: 0, Green: 64, Blue: 128)
4. Press "OK" and the Hex code #004080 will be generated for you.
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