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    Same Colour Shade

    Hello

    I currently have a specific shade of blue, are the anyway web based tools online that enables the colour to be changed from blue to green,
    whilst keep the same shade?

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    If you switch the green and blue value it should give you what you are looking for. (So, for example, if the color is #00CCFF, switch it to #00FFCC).

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    Same Colour Shade

    Yes, but it's a shade of specific shade of blue that I need to change to a specific shade of green?
    Are there any web tools available on the net, that gives you a range of colours based on the colour shade you enter, using RGB values?

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    I'm not sure if this would work for you, but have you seen genopal?
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    Or if you want a free one: http://www.colorschemer.com/online.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dysan View Post
    Yes, but it's a shade of specific shade of blue that I need to change to a specific shade of green?
    Are there any web tools available on the net, that gives you a range of colours based on the colour shade you enter, using RGB values?
    Switching the Green and Blue values will change a specific shade of green to a specific shade of blue. By doing that, the luminosity and saturation stay the same, and only the hue changes.

    For those that don't know, hexadecimal color values are in the format of RRGGBB, where RR is red, GG is green, and BB is blue, with each color ranging from 00-FF (0 to 255 decimal).


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