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    Presentation of WYSIWYG web-based-presentations editor

    I am looking for really brilliant colors for the background of the whole presentation, the background of the slides and the color of the text.

    I do not have to change all the colors.

    The concept is that I will start a really simple presentation in the browser with white background for everything and black text. Then on the fly, I am going to press edit. There I am going to make 3D transformations and translations and other things.

    So I want to give nice colors, and this is the part where I would like to hear some suggestions
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    Shock pink with a dash of parish green salted with electric purple and an hint of blinding lemon.
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    For instance, here I am in the edit mode and I set as background color of the whole presentation black-gold-black

    As you see I have 3 gradients for slides and presentation background.
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    When Dr. Kelso gave janitor a new uniform on Scrubs he learned all about colors. Robin's egg blue is friendly and happy. Orange provokes feelings of hostility. Green and yellow make people hungry. Ask a psychologist.

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    Thanks both for your inputs
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    I asked for opinions, so I think it would be polite to show the result : First video here .
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    It’s 2014 and I still use printf() for debugging.


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