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Post: #1
I have tried to use the new colerede electric bolts.
And it it did work just fineBig Grin

My question is just:
Are there anyone who can give me the RGB values for the original electric bolt (and the alternate electric bolt)?
23.08.2006 20:27:03
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Post: #2
RE: Electricbolts
calculated up to RGB it is:

blue: 83,83,255
yellow: 255,255,87
white: 255,255,255

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23.08.2006 21:33:10
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Post: #3
RE: Electricbolts
ThanksBig Grin
i needed that infoSmile
25.08.2006 11:43:51

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