HSB stands for hue, saturation, and brightness. From this page, you can create custom colors by modifying these values a combination of hue, saturation, and brightness can be used to define any color.
Color Matrix: To define a color, click anywhere in this matrix, then use the slider to the right of it, in combination with the H(ue), S(aturation), and B(rightness) buttons, to adjust the color.
Slider: Drag to adjust the selected attribute (hue, saturation, or brightness) of the currently selected color.
H: Represents hue, or the color itself. Select to use with the slider to adjust the color.
H box: When the H option button is selected, enter a numeric value for the hue.
S: Represents saturation, or the intensity of the color. Select to use with the slider to adjust the color.
S box: When the S option button is selected, enter a numeric value for the saturation.
B: Represents brightness, or the amount of black and white added to the color. The larger the number, the lighter the color. Select to use with the slider to adjust the color.
B box: When the B option button is selected, enter a numeric value for the brightness.
RGB boxes: (Read-only) Displays the numeric values for Red, Green, and Blue.
|If you change the hue, saturation, or brightness, the values for red, green, and blue will change to match.|
Preview pane: Shows how the current color selection will look in several different views (for example, as text and as a background for text, as a border, as a filled shape, and so on).
Reset button: Discards your changes and restores the default color.
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