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Global Resource Notes

  • Several resources allow you to define colors. Android accepts color values written in various web-style formats -- a hexadecimal constant in any of the following forms: #RGB, #ARGB, #RRGGBB, #AARRGGBB.
  • All color values support setting an alpha channel value, where the first two hexadecimal numbers specify the transparency. Zero in the alpha channel means transparent. The default value is opaque.
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