Color code for "GB green"?

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  1. mkjellgren

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    Not really pe specific but since both 4.2 and 5.0.2 have a stock gb theme it may be appropriate. Does anybody know the color code for the green used in the GB notification bar icons?

    The reason I ask is that the galaxyS power control widget on 4.2 has white as the stock highlight color and I would like to match it exactly to the green in the notification bar.
     
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    Try #99C224.
     
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    That's pretty close on the color wheel but once I select it it actually appears much more faded or pastel colored on the actual widget.
     
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    I've been trying hard to match the greens as well. My best take on it so far has been #dbaeff00. Not perfect, but close. It's a little bolder, but it looks good as the clock color on my setup IMO.
     
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    Thanks for the input. I feel like its hard to match because of the black background. On pe5, as with other gb roms, the background on the galaxyS widget is white which gives a more true representation of the color selected. The black background seems to tone down the brightness of the color, making it hard to match. Again, thanks for the suggestions. I'll keep trying. Someone has to know as the code as the notification bar has a black background and the color doesn't appear faded as it does in the widget.

    Here's hoping some themers chime in....!!
     
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    When I ran 5.0.2 I just used the normal green color and I couldn't tell a difference....

    RGB: 0,255,0
    Hex: FF00FF00

    At least that's how I did it... I also used gray with it instead of white and it looked nice too.

    RGB: 143,143,143
    Hex: FF8F8F8F
     
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    the "official" color code for Android is #A4C639, as stated by the Android Brand Guidelines.
     
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    Thanks again for the suggestions guys. For some reason the color seems to change slightly once it is actually selected. No idea why. The closest i have come is ff7fff00. Looks a bit brighter on the color wheel but once selected it matches pretty well.
     
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    I like #cbabFF00. As far as I can tell, it matches the battery meter.
     
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    The color code given by ND is correct, if it is showing slightly different on the phone, that may be due to individual screen issues, or if the color temps have been played with in the ROM on newer phones, which may have amoled screens ... just a thought.

    Though if the code is the code, it should match, unless your widget isn't at the actual GB code to begin with, perhaps edit that to match?
     
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    The code ND provided does match exactly when I type in the hex values below the color wheel while selecting the highlight color in the elite settings menu. However, once I select the value by pressing the color in the middle of the circle, that color appears slightly different (more muted) on the actual widget in the notification bar.
     
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