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Make sure you don't have 'Snap to WebSafe' enabled in the flyout of the
color picker (upper right arrow)
> I'm somewhat new to Fireworks... I've been using it now for a few months, but
> here recently I've run into something I just can't figure out. It seems as
> though when I'm working with colors, I'm working with a smaller color palette
> than what I worked with after I first installed Fireworks.
> If I pick a hexadecimal color value and try to use it in Fireworks, it winds
> up picking the closest match to that color. For instance, if I choose #FFFFE6
> (very light yellow) as the starting color for a gradient and choose #FFFFCC for
> the ending color, #FFFFE6 will show up as #FFFFFF... almost white. This same
> problem occurs using fills as well. I've also noticed that when using the
> color picker, dragging it across a gradient may only show 3 or 4 colors,
> although I can visually see the differences in colors per pixel at an enlarged
> resolution. Before a few weeks ago it would show seemingly infinite numbers of
> hex values when doing the same thing.
> This problem didn't start until a few weeks ago... and I'm pulling my hair out
> trying to figure out how to fix it. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
YES!!!! Thank you!!!!! I don't know how/when that got checked, but it sure has made things difficult.
Thanks a million!
> YES!!!! Thank you!!!!! I don't know how/when that got checked, but it sure has made things difficult.
> Thanks a million!