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Old 06-21-2008, 01:41 PM   #7
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This is interesting. When I view the breadcrumbs or thread listings in Firefox, I would say the color tilts toward orange, though a reddish orange.

In Safari, it is distinctly red, though not the deepest red.

When I make a nice fat block of the color in ColorSchemer, it is a rich red-orange.

So I guess you pay your money and take your choice! (I am attaching screen shots; if you squint at the thumbnails, you can see a difference in the small images. Or at least I can.)
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