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Anyone know of a tool which can convert a standard hexadecimal color value to the closest possible web-smart color?

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Here's a site that does the conversion: http://www.colortools.net/color_make_web-safe.html

Also I know that Photoshop has a checkbox in the color selector to display only the web safe. http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/photoshop/ig/color/Web-Colors---Color-Libraries.htm

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Web-safe is different from web-smart. Web-smart has more colors than web-safe. – oshirowanen Oct 12 '12 at 20:04
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Found what I was looking for http://www.html-color.net/ lets you enter in a hexidecimal value, and it will convert it to web-safe, web-smart, and unsafe colors!

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