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Is there a way of determining the exact RGB formula for 11.1 transition buttons?

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I created a transition button next to a field in a custom form. I'd like to match it with the exact color of the standard 11.1 transition buttons, but so far haven't been able to match it by eye. I figure somewhere in the application engine files is a .css file with the RGB formula, or an html string that can be converted to RGB.

I also haven't been able to figure out how to create a new style, so that I don't have to select the color in the 4 states in which it appears.
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pbustin Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Is there a way of determining the exact RGB formula for 11.1 transition buttons?

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I used Chrome > right-click on transition button > Inspect element, and found #1b94c1. Google shows RGB (27, 148, 193), and that turned out to be a match.

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Re: Is there a way of determining the exact RGB formula for 11.1 transition buttons?

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I used Chrome > right-click on transition button > Inspect element, and found #1b94c1. Google shows RGB (27, 148, 193), and that turned out to be a match.

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Re: Is there a way of determining the exact RGB formula for 11.1 transition buttons?

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I used Paint's Color Picker feature. I was going to reply with the result, but you already found it. At least I got the same answer. 🙂
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Re: Is there a way of determining the exact RGB formula for 11.1 transition buttons?

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Thank you; after I read your response, I tried that myself.
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