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Thursday November 17, 2005
08:59 PM

Color::Scheme

[ #27629 ]

Color::Scheme has been released to the CPAN. It's a Perl implementation of the blisteringly-useful Color Scheme Generator 2, which generates fantastic sets of color harmony that are usually ready for immediate web use.

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  • Thank you for pointing out the website as well as coding up the equivalent in Perl.

    Q. Does it *always* generate color-blind safe combinations? The original website's ability to view with each colorblindness is wonderful.

    I'm intrigued by the comment that CSG2 and C:S use a non-standard but more accurate HSV model. Did you see a reference to studies on that? It looks like a *simpler* RGBHSV conversion, but I don't know about " more in accordance with the classical color theory". Standard color theories a

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    • Thank you for pointing out the website as well as coding up the equivalent in Perl.

      Sure thing!

      Q. Does it *always* generate color-blind safe combinations? The original website's ability to view with each colorblindness is wonderful.

      Negative. I haven't implemented the color-blindness variants because I didn't think that the feature would be as useful to those using the Perl module. If you want it, I'll add it :)

      I'm intrigued by the comment that CSG2 and C:S use a non-standard but more accurate HSV model. Did
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