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3 digit color hexcode interpretation is unexpected #336

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nixingizgood opened this Issue Oct 15, 2016 · 2 comments

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bbb translates to #b0b0b0 in JWM, where as I typically am used to seeing it translate to #bbbbbb. Of course this isn't a bug, but was wondering if you were aware of this?

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That is from XParseColor ... it is historically flawed to prevent true white (now most code, including jwm translates it to #bbbbbb) ... perhaps it should only call XParseColor if the string does not start with #?

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technosaurus commented Oct 16, 2016

That is from XParseColor ... it is historically flawed to prevent true white (now most code, including jwm translates it to #bbbbbb) ... perhaps it should only call XParseColor if the string does not start with #?

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JWM handles 3-digit hex strings (rather than passing them along to XParseColor) as of snapshot 1574.

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joewing commented Jan 15, 2017

JWM handles 3-digit hex strings (rather than passing them along to XParseColor) as of snapshot 1574.

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