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Topic: e621 gradient text tool

Posted under e621 Tools and Applications

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EmoCat said:
Kinda worried about 'USER BANNED FOR THIS POST', but cool!

It was a joke statement, don't worry. No one was banned over this. =)

Though the color gradients will probably only work on accounts that are privileged and above because member accounts can't use color Dtext. But for those who can use color text, it is pretty cool to make gradients from it. (And hopefully they'll remember to use it responsibly).

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furrypickle said:
Though the color gradients will probably only work on accounts that are privileged and above because member accounts can't use color Dtext.

Unless they're creating sets :)

You can use \[color] tags on a set's description

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Great, now people will get to be more obnoxious.

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Hudson

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Mutisija said:
only users who are ranked priviliged and above can use colors :^)

Is there a limit of colors allowed? When you're priv+, can you just use the red color for the rest of your existence on e621 (only an example)?

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HotUnderTheCollar said:
Which sucks...

By the way, is there a limit of colors allowed? When you're priv+, can you just use the red color for the rest of your existence on e621 (only an example)?

i dont believe that theres any limits. i mean admins might get annoyed and slap for it but otherwise theres no limits. its no dofferent from bolding text.

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HotUnderTheCollar said:
By the way, is there a limit of colors allowed? When you're priv+, can you just use the red color for the rest of your existence on e621 (only an example)?

I don't think so. Afaik, you can use the whole possible color spectrum (16 million colors) provided as either HTML Color (#0088AA for ●) or a Named Color (like lime for ●). For color names reference, look here

Unless you mean like some comments I've seen (on FA) that use such colors, like Aqua or Yellow or those that can blend with the background

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Esme_Belles said:
Never understood why the colors was a privileged feature.

My guess is that they are useful in the forums to organize or illustrate things, but having a lot of users write in purple because they like purple or just want to stand out is generally annoying, and bordering on a usability issue.

That's my guess anyways.

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Mutisija said:
only users who are ranked priviliged and above can use colors :^)

thanks, but how would one go about attaining such a rank?

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