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'A page of colours to like and compare'

This is a list of colours that I like, and some I don’t. The numbers on the left help when you’re putting the HEX codes in the script.
The buttons found at the bottom will take you to the W3Schools colour names page, to an excellent little colour wheel I came across deep within javascript.internet.com, [thankyou], and to other wonderful colour related places.

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[ oo1 } #FFFFCC #ff9200 #076076 #009922
[ oo2 } #FFFFee #ff9922 #098c9a #0f9f2f
[ oo3 } #FFFFdd #ff7711 #FFFFCC #0bae11
[ oo4 } #FFFF00 #ff9255 SteelBlue #2bad2b
[ oo5 } #ffe030 #faae00 #09649a #00f922
[ oo6 } #ffff94 #ff922c #09749a #06f069
[ oo7 } #FFFF55 #ffbb00 #002255 #0ff992
[ oo8 } #ffee33 #fdac00 #003366 #00ff99
[ oo9 } #ffed3c #ff9f2f #084b88 #cff992
[ o10 } #f4ff6f #ff6646 #085085 #d3ecc0
[ o11 } #fff922 #ff5923 #074074 #FFFFCC
[ o12 } #ffed3d #FF4466 #042a43 #2b3cb0
[ o13 } #FFFFd9 #c0ccac #031c3b #1329ff
[ o14 } #e4e0d8 #b1c2b1 #ffffcc #3399ff
[ o15 } #cac8ae #94b2b4 #064065 #4a8cff
[ o16 } #c9c0b0 #8cc0bf #064b62 #11f7ff
[ o17 } buttonface #0cc3c3 #164675 #badbed
[ o18 } #cccccc #4db4a9 #FFFFCC #e0f6f6
[ o19 } silver #169cb4 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o20 } #c0c0c0 #4a8c98 #466466 #FFFFCC
[ o21 } #cacaca #247365 #4c6364 #FFFFCC
[ o22 } #D4D0C7 [buttonface] #077a68 #365247 #f0c0ff
[ o23 } #c6c6c6 [cefnBotyma] #669933 #636363 #deadfa
[ o24 } #ce8200 #baf111 #666666 #ff92ff
[ o25 } #cea200 #cab101 #464646 #FFFFCC
[ o26 } #ff831d #cdbd12 #51544d #c810ff
[ o27 } #dfaf00 #cacc0c #999999 #d721ff
[ o28 } #bf8e00 #FFff99 #466646 #7600c0
[ o29 } #ba5300 #Fff992 #033f10 #fcdcbc
[ o30 } #Fab500 #FFFFCC #004040 #fabdad
[ o31 } #f1f2f1 #f3e89d #DarkSlateGray #f8b0af
[ o32 } #f6f4f6 #ffdc96 #460640 #FFFFCC
[ o33 } #FFFFff #e0b646 #2b142c #ff88aa
[ o34 } #F0F0f0 #e59b5c #232323 #f182a3
[ o35 } #f1f1f1 #dfa046 #0f0f0f #ce64ae
[ o36 } #e3e3e3 #cc9922 #020202 #7a0080
[ o37 } #848484 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #007007
[ o38 } #d5d5d5 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o39 } #a7a7a7 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o40 } #d4d0c8 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o41 } #c6c6c6 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o42 } #db0007 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o43 } #b44100 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o44 } #b93006 #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC
[ o45 } #b12b1c #FFFFCC #FFFFCC #FFFFCC





[ Within microSofts DXImageTransform Effects, there are 2 extra digits in the RGB value, Its the first two and they represent the strength/opacity of the colour!, And I think that this only applies within the Gradient effect string.]
[ First two digits at; ff, make colour darker and at; 00, make it lighter/whiter. ]