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BARBWMS Posts: 1,259
3/25/13 1:43 P

I loved it.. as the mother of a profoundly color blind son (now age 35) I've lived with this for a long time... he has no concept of colors like purple or aqua.. and my husband only seems to know primary colors!

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (104,870)
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3/24/13 12:36 A

Now as a person with OCD, I tend to see everything in Black and White..... emoticon

LILLIPUTIANNA Posts: 1,041
3/12/13 12:40 P

As an artist, I do not enjoy the luxury of recognizing only seven colors. Without subtly, art would not be convincing.

KJFITNESSDUDE Posts: 15,787
3/12/13 11:49 A

I do recognize different shades of colors but only in that there's a "light" version and a "dark" version in addition to the regular version.
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23KAIYA Posts: 4,916
3/4/13 8:33 P

Ok, so magenta is there, but still missing a lot of great colors emoticon

23KAIYA Posts: 4,916
3/4/13 8:32 P

That chart is missing so many colors..where is magenta? and mauve? no beige to be seen!
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PATTIJOHNSON Posts: 2,075
3/4/13 4:07 P

Yep, and it causes arguements!

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SHANSDOINIT79 SparkPoints: (7,003)
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3/4/13 12:21 P

Hahaha so true.

KJFITNESSDUDE Posts: 15,787
3/4/13 12:17 P

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