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Javier BF wrote:

>>>Just found this very interesting thing on the web regarding the
>>>above. Have a look at the background of the following webpage:
>>>
>>>http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/indologie/tamil/mwd_search.html
>>>
>>>Most surprisingly, it does look (at least to my eyes and on my
>>>screen) like a smooth transition from blue to yellow _without_
>>>an obvious green or grey in between. To see it more clearly,
>>>you can try saving the background image and opening it in your
>>>computer; it is a thin stripe in whose middle you will find
>>>the closest approximation to yellowblue I've ever seen on
>>>a computer screen.
>>>
>>>
>>Um, on my screen, it starts as turquoise blue and goes to white via very
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>pale
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>>green. There's not a trace of yellow.
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>Then you must revise the calibration of your monitor, because
>the colour at the right extreme is RGB {255,255,206}={FF,FF,CE},
>that is, the encoding *is* without the slightest doubt that of
>a pale pure yellow and as such should appear on any properly
>calibrated monitor. It clearly appears as such on mine, so mine
>is presumably not the one that needs calibration. The colour
>at the left extreme is RGB {156,206,206}={9C,CE,CE}, a pale
>cyan blue.
>
>

To me, it looks like it goes blue(albeit a greeny blue), green, yellow.
But you know, it depends on the person.