1. How do you get more shades of gray?

I havent been playing for a long time and noticed them on one of Overbeings levels. Does anyone know?

2. Originally Posted by NoobSquared
I havent been playing for a long time and noticed them on one of Overbeings levels. Does anyone know?
There are 4+ greys on the palette.

3. oh

I thought you were talking about the book.

4. Shades of grey are any number or letter repeated 6 times

Ffffff is white
Eeeeee is near white
Dddddd is darker
Cccccc darker still
Bbbbbb ^
aaaaaa
999999
888888
777777
666666
555555
444444
333333 dark
222222 darker
111111 darkest
000000 black

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7. Originally Posted by Beaker
Shades of grey are any number or letter repeated 6 times
Incorrect, every two characters in a hexadecimal color system represents a value between 0 and 255, 00 being 0 and FF being 255. To calculate the number, multiply the first digit by 16 and the second digit by 1 and add them. For instance, 15 = 21. Values greater than 9 are labeled A, B, C, D, E, and F, representing 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, respectively.

Gray and other shades without color simply need the comparison between each RGB value to be equal, not every digit. Therefore 353535 is gray, because the values for red, green, and blue are all equal. This system allows a lot more than 50 shades of gray

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9. Originally Posted by Kwing
Incorrect, every two characters in a hexadecimal color system represents a value between 0 and 255, 00 being 0 and FF being 255. To calculate the number, multiply the first digit by 16 and the second digit by 1 and add them. For instance, 15 = 21. Values greater than 9 are labeled A, B, C, D, E, and F, representing 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, respectively.

Gray and other shades without color simply need the comparison between each RGB value to be equal, not every digit. Therefore 353535 is gray, because the values for red, green, and blue are all equal. This system allows a lot more than 50 shades of gray
anything repeated...

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