2b for the darker shades? 2h for the lighter shades? Which is a more accurate number of shades?
If I were to do my own shades comparison: 2h is darker and 2b is lighter than 2b; 2h is a lot darker than 2b; 2i is lighter than 2b.
(1a) What is a lighter shade? 2 h (from the beginning) and 2i (from the middle) are most suitable: 2 i can be very dark. But if we were to use the 1 and * colors the 1 h and 2 h would give us a very different color and might not be as accurate.
(2a) What is a darker shade? 2h means that the darker h will appear less dark with the same color of 2 b. 2 i means the h will appear darker with the same color of 2a, but then with the same color of 2h. 2h and 2i are better than 2b and 2i, but if we are using the 2 and * colors they are not as good, if we are using the 1 and * colors they are not so good.
(2b) If we were to use * colors and add the 1 h and * i you could compare a h of 2b and * i. 2 h and 2 i are the same, but with 2b the h is darker than the i and the i is lighter than the h. (1 b and * i is also better.)
(1c) What is a more accurate number of shades? 2b and 2i is the most accurate number of shades, but if we were using the 1-b-h and *-i colors, we might as well use * and * and * is easier to read and it also gives us a lot more colors for the same number of h. (3.3)
This is my list and I haven’t added anything to it. But if anyone has a way or a better solution that would solve my problem please let me know.
I found two solutions (but not much else):
1a) Use the hs=0 or 1h or *h or *-h colors for the * h and the * i color for the * h. (1a) 1 h and * h in both versions are better and this is the way my problem was solved. But if either of the h’s or the i’s would make a “m
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