From: email@example.com Date: Thu, 2 May 1996 14:53:55 -0500 (EST) Subject: Re: Color Palette Spec? Cc: WWW HTML Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org> In-Reply-To: <Pine.GSO.3.93.960502164332.9508D-100000@cass56> Message-Id: <Pine.3.89.9605021424.A56275email@example.com> I don't think that is what he means. He just wants an available palette of colors for the web page. He is probably tired of seeing pages look great on his system but awful on everyone elses. Although, I dont think that it would be possible. So don't get too worried. Casey Reagan On Thu, 2 May 1996, Dave Carter wrote: > Please, no, it is bad enough people trying to control what my browser > window will look like without sending things which will cause the browser > to alter the appearance of my whole screen! I can guarentee that I will > not use a browser which supports this feature. > > Dave Carter > > On Thu, 2 May 1996, Dan Delaney wrote: > > > Hello all. > > Has anyone discussed a way to allow the page designer to send the > > color palette to use for that page to the browser? This, of course, is > > only for people who can't get better than 256 colors, which unfortunately > > is the majority. Purhaps something in the BODY tag like: > > <BODY PALETTE="mypalette.plt"> > > What does everyone think?