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@CrazyEd… Fantastic! Vielen Dank!

I propose that both of your conversion tools are added to the wiki so that others can find and use them.

I’ll bet you \$100 that @Ipda41001 is about to do it. He just did it with all those other apps.

This is going to be hard. Feel free to race me to it. Im a really slow coder and I’m not around my iPad too much (because it’s my dad’s )

I’m going from oldest to newest. Having a mental low kind of day. Decided to be productive doing something that would bore me to death any other day. I may not get up to the present era before boredom, sleep, and or a call back to the war occurs.

Ah. Cool. I think I will. Its just I’ve only been around my iPhone recently and that’s hard to edit Wiki on this. Ive done a few things though.

@Blanchot: I have found a small bug in my hsv2rgb code: for H=0 the color was wrong …
It now accepts H between 0° and 360°, and S and V between 0 and 1. So both routines should be consistent now.

please replace the function with this one:

function hsv2rgb(H, S, V)
-- H is between 0° and 360°
-- S, V allows values between [0 ... 1]
local I, F, M, N, K

H=H/60; I=math.floor(H - 0.000001)
if I<0 then I=0; end
F=H-I
M=V*(1-S); N=V*(1-S*F); K=V*(1-S*(1-F))

if I==0 then
R=V; G=K; B=M
elseif I==1 then
R=N; G=V; B=M
elseif I==2 then
R=M; G=V; B=K
elseif I==3 then
R=M; G=N; B=V
elseif I==4 then
R=K; G=M; B=V
elseif I==5 then
R=V; G=M; B=N
end

return math.floor(R*255), math.floor(G*255), math.floor(B*255)

end