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External Image 08:15, 23 May 2011 (PDT)

3 Digit Hexadecimal Colors

I have checked the codes in IE9 and IE8, and haven't seen any errors with solid colors. The only errors I have found in IE8 that cause a lot of trouble is that lack of SVG compatibility, border radii not working, and linear gradients not displaying. IE9 also has the linear gradient error, as you can see on my user page. What version of IE are you using, because that might be the problem.

Also, I like the picture on your user page. —MeikoTalk/Lab/Minefield

It's in the standard IE9 on Windows 7 64-but. When there's a three digit code that's not in the "style" property (or in a separate CSS sheet), it comes out as a dark gray color, like this. -Ziko 15:44, 6 October 2011 (PDT)
Geez, that's odd. It doesn't do that for me. (This is the reason in which I don't use Internet Explorer =P) Does my User Page have any of those error for you? I haven't seen this at all before. It appears that it shows up as #0F0F0F on your computer. It could be your graphics card, but there is a slim to no chance of that if you have Windows 7 on your computer. I don't know. Have you tried it in any other browsers like Firefox or Chrome? —MeikoTalk/Lab/Minefield
I use Chrome normally, and everything shows up fine there. It works in all non-IE browsers. Your UP looks the same (as far as I can tell), except for the expected lack of gradients. In Chrome (14.0.835), though, the svg of your name doesn't show up at the bottom of your UP. -Ziko 10:45, 8 October 2011 (PDT)

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Thanks, applied to both major skins. If there's any others, I'll apply it there, too. --External Image Owner (Talk/HS01)

You. Are. Awesome.--Bionicleman (Talk | Contribs) 19:48, 12 November 2011 (PST)
HAVE A COOKIE --Dorian Wreck 3.0 19:50, 12 November 2011 (PST)