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Apr
18
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
Just figured that you can make the yellow and cyan shadows bigger and overlap everything: html{width:2em;height:2em;background:#f0f;box-shadow:red 0 2em,#0f0 2em 4em,#00f 4em 6em,#ff0 1em 3em 0 1em,#0ff 3em 5em 0 1em, 126 bytes
Apr
18
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
@Einacio, oh of course. Custom tags... pre{color:red}y{color:#ff0}m{color:#f0f}g{color:#0f0}c{color‌​:#0ff}l{color:#00f <pre>█<y>█<m>█ <y>█<g>█<c>█ <m>█<c>█<l>█ is another byte shorter, by the way
Apr
17
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
You can still change the last 67%s to 0s
Apr
17
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
html{width:3px;height:3px;background:#f0f;box-shadow:red 0 3px,#ff0 3px 3px,#ff0 0 6px,#0f0 3px 6px,#0ff 6px 6px,#0ff 3px 9px,#00f 6px 9px for 138 bytes
Apr
17
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
html can be replaced with * (3 bytes. Will make it a bit ugly) - All offset values to some value below 10 (8 bytes. Makes it a LOT more ugly) - Last offset value to 0 (2 bytes) - height to 99% (1 byte) - Omit last closing bracket (1 byte)
Apr
17
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
You can omit the last closing bracket in the CSS. Also, incredible (and sickening) work!
Apr
17
comment Generate an RGB colour grid
a{color:#ff0}b{color:#f0f}i{color:#0f0}u{color:#0ff}s{color:‌​#00f <pre><font color=red>█<a>█<b>█ <a>█<i>█<u>█ <b>█<u>█<s>█ for 138 bytes
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comment Without using numbers, get the highest salary you can. But don't exaggerate!
Whoops! Seems like I had too little sleep :)
Oct
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comment Without using numbers, get the highest salary you can. But don't exaggerate!
Simply using _=>"$"+parseInt('1V0I',36) is also higher than what you have so far, so you might want to add that one too. Too bad you can't convert base 64 to decimal in JavaScript...
Oct
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comment Without using numbers, get the highest salary you can. But don't exaggerate!
How about x1683F?
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revised How even is a number?
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