Charts It Is! Test

I want the Lavender print to fade out enough that it’s easy to read the black text and skip over the Lavender, but I also want the Lavender text to be readable.  Here’s a progressive darkening (current color first, hex code cc99ff); which hex code, if any, optimizes the compromise between these competing goals?

Many thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the charts!  Charts upcoming; tomorrow I’ll add them to the previous Self-Sovereignty (Hylonome Station) post and the earlier Resilience (Varuna Station) post, https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/2020/04/09/resilience/.
(cc99ff)

Many thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the charts!   Charts upcoming; tomorrow I’ll add them to the previous Self-Sovereignty (Hylonome Station) post and the earlier Resilience (Varuna Station) post, https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/2020/04/09/resilience/.
(cc88ff)

Many thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the charts!   Charts upcoming; tomorrow I’ll add them to the previous Self-Sovereignty (Hylonome Station) post and the earlier Resilience (Varuna Station) post, https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/2020/04/09/resilience/.
(cc77ff)

Many thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the charts!  Charts upcoming; tomorrow I’ll add them to the previous Self-Sovereignty (Hylonome Station) post and the earlier Resilience (Varuna Station) post, https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/2020/04/09/resilience/.
(cc66ff)

Many thanks to everyone who responded to my question about the charts! Charts upcoming; tomorrow I’ll add them to the previous Self-Sovereignty (Hylonome Station) post and the earlier Resilience (Varuna Station) post, https://astrobuss.wordpress.com/2020/04/09/resilience/.
(cc55ff)

8 Responses to “Charts It Is! Test”

  1. chris Says:

    I like ORIGINAL BEST . Color deep enough to let your eye skip if you wish … AND your eye makes it seamless if you want to read both, as part of the same sentence structure !! Darker the flow is broken .

  2. boozilla Says:

    I like number four……

  3. Arlan Lazere Says:

    Number four also, thank you

  4. colin baxter Says:

    I feel like the first or second choice
    ((cc99ff) or (cc88ff)) are easiest to read past, yet still legible.
    And the lavender astrologuese kinda needs to be ‘read’ differently anyhow?
    I think it might be easier to see if the example used were a longer paragraph.

  5. desmene Says:

    cc66ff, but cc55ff works too— thanks!

  6. M.faith Says:

    Coming in clear and lavender here.. very readable! And always appreciate visuals, ellipses, and other means to separate ideas, concepts, highlights for further study. Thanks and bow for appealing to our various points of learning and study here in the astrobuss community.

  7. Grandtrines Says:

    Reblogged this on Lost Dudeist Astrology.

  8. Bob (in Australia) Says:

    I’ll go with desmene please.

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