> The only promise of web safe colours is that they will not dither on
> 256-colour monitors / graphics cards. Using them means your site will
> look just as good on 256 colour equipment as on better kit. Or just
> as bad.
> But nearly everything they see is dithered if they're using 256
> colour equipment - they won't notice your consideration.
> Using only the web safe palette is restrictive, often ugly, and these
> days unnecessary.
One thing maybe possibly remotely worth considering is that I've encountered
quite a few projectors that display a rather odd behavior: they don't dither.
I believe it's mostly older Sony projectors (but I might be wrong) and they
display only 256 colors, so a white text on a #B0B0B0 background simply
PS there probably is a good reason why the reply-to: field isn't set to the
list-address, but I'd appreciate it if someone could enlighten me... it's kind
of annoying to have to remember to type the list address in the to: field when