How do I find out the html color code of a color in my image?

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    Jay Black

    Hi gang!
    I am still using the old Ribbet interface.
    I don’t want to use the new one.
    Here’s my problem …
    I have a three color foreground image I want to place on top of a background image that is one solid color, and then combine both images.
    I would like the background image color to match one of the three colors in the foreground image.
    Is there a way to find out the html color code of the color in the foreground image?
    Once I have it, I can create a background image using that color code.
    Please reply with something like, “Use the color picker, which you can find in Advanced Blend Modes, which you can access by … ”
    I need a little help finding these tools.
    Thank you, in advance, for any help! 🙂
    I am having trouble

  • #13216 Reply
    Ribbet
    Ribbet
    Keymaster

    Hi Jay,

    Thanks for reaching out to us!

    There are a number of ways to find the hex color code, but here’s one:

    – Open up the image, and head to the Frames tab > Reflection frame. Click the background color selector box, and then hover over the part of your image you need the code of. You will be able to see the code in the color picker on the left.

    Let us know if you have any other questions!

    Regards – The Ribbet Team

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