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The questioner has done a major mistake. He thought that a color is equivalent with a wavelength. It's not. Color is an experience that a person has when the light sensitive cells of his eye get some light. Usually people have three type of light sensor cells which are most sensitive at three different wavelengths. All three sensor cell types generate some ...


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TL;DR Wavelength != Color You can not since there is no one to one mapping. What you see on a monitor is three bumps on the spectral distribition. There is no color that your monitor displays that matches any of the wavelengths, only approximate to approximate conversion is possible even so many colors dont match anything. The above plot shows relation to ...


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The reason you can't find a particular color code that looks like the button is because it's all gradients. The average color is around #15597d. If you want to recreate the button, notice how it's made - a blue gradient going from top to bottom, and a scaled version of the shape on top with a transparent fading white gradient. Use a color picker to get the ...


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