A Weird RGB Bug πŸ›

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**Your username:**LunarEclispe

**What kind of device are you using?:**IPad 6th gen

1 sentence description of the problem (I was doing _________, and then __________ happened):I was coding a shape art and I used rgb, and it instead of it being a pinkish color, it was a completely different blue color.

Steps that the Hopscotch team can take to reproduce my problem every time:
1.Enter in 260, 186, 228
2. See it
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I expected this to happen: the color to be a pink

But instead this happened: it was a blue

Here’s a sweet screenshot:

Please don’t say first post.

This is different from another bug report because

  1. I didn’t accidentally enter in the wrong number
    And 2. It’s a completely different rgb than the other one.

Also when I entered in 255 for R, it was a pink, but from 256 up, it was just blue.

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I think hopscotch uses a different kind of rgb?

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Nope, it’s universal over the digital world.
Also, please don’t say first topic on my topics :))

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Yeet

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Well, take a look what happens when you enter 256, 0, 0 in RGB. I think the color goes in a cycle from 0 to 255, so maybe 256 was treated as 0.

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rgb goes to 255 then it goes back to 0

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Ohhh I never knew that. This can be closed.

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there is no β€œdifferent kind” of rgb that I know of other than hex which hopscotch doesn’t use

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@serenity clive

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It’s strange because the website I searched up said 256 was one of the numbers

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let us know if you would like this reopened!