[ PATCH][TESTREQ],fingerprint colorcode, V 0 .3 (!)
t.schorpp at gmx.de
Wed Jul 28 02:26:28 CEST 2004
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Atom 'Smasher' wrote:
| On Wed, 28 Jul 2004, Thomas Schorpp wrote:
|>> Atom 'Smasher' wrote:
|>> | anyway, what relationship are you trying to get between hex and
|>> ? your and padalas colorcode tables.
| so this seems good?
| 0 Black
| 1 Red
| 2 Green
| 3 Yellow
| 4 Blue
| 5 Purple
| 6 Cyan
| 7 Grey
| 8 Dark Grey
| 9 Bright Red
| A Bright Green
| B Bright Yellow
| C Bright Blue
| D Bright Purple
| E Bright Cyan
| F White
| can anyone think of a reason why there might be a better way to
| coordinate colors to hex digits?
from my coding habits view ;)
and yes, you ask what you know already, humans would like to have color
steps grouped to similar hex steps:
| 1 Red
| 2 Bright Red
but i fear what makes real sense as requirement here is more to
cryptographics science than ergonomics and coding...
therefore weve the analysises rather here and not yet on the kgpg, eg.
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