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yellow and blue
Yes, you need to save the whole game's files on your computer, then go change the colors with (a) photo manipulation program(s).
Generally computer cases and bags are black. However, you can order special colors to match your computer.
on the monitor a computer uses the additive primary colors: red, green, and blue.on the printer a computer uses the subtractive primary colors: cyan, magenta, and yellow with black to get darker shades of color
Computer monitors (and TV sets) use the additive primary colors: red, green, and blue.
A Spectograph breaks light into colors and produces and image of the resulting spectrum.
Computer speakers are available in several colors however the most popylar color is black.
the darker the "color" of an object the greater the proportion of radiant energy it absorbs
There are a lot of colors choice available for a computer chair for the home office, we can choose re, pink, green and blue.
8 bit computer can only display 256 colors while a 16 bit computer can display 64,000 colors.
if by base colours you mean primary colours than the resulting colour would be known as a secondary colour
King crabs have elongated legs that are out of proportion with their bodies. They come in different colors such as red or orange.
No,I don't think so.
Red, green, and blue
Colors resulting from the equal mixture of a primary color with either of the secondary colors adjacent to it on a color wheel.The tertiary colors are: yellow-orange, red-orange, red-violet, blue violet, blue-green, and yellow-green.hope this helps!source; http://www.artsparx.com/colorwheel.asp
Computer displays use a Red-Green-Blue (RGB) system of colors.
If every primary color has the right intensity, the resulting beam will be white light. But by varying the intensity of beams of two or three primary colors, a wide range of other colors can be produced.
We were colors by Kyle Andrews.
Colors by Kira Willey
restore a system
It's how to set up, or make, your computer personalized. Backgrounds, colors, all decided here.