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Well I need to know the RGB for brown so that I can finish iconning, I either need to know the RGB or where its at on the color pallete in the icon editer.

NOTE: I'd figure it out myself but I'm color blind.
Try 139;69;19 (8B4513)
In response to AJX (#2)
AJX wrote:
http://www.bconnex.net/~zirgo/Colors_RGB.htm

How would you know which of those was brown if you were color blind?
In response to Foomer (#3)
Foomer wrote:
AJX wrote:
http://www.bconnex.net/~zirgo/Colors_RGB.htm

How would you know which of those was brown if you were color blind?

:(
I lose...

Didn't read the last sentence in the post.
In response to AJX (#4)
AJX wrote:
Foomer wrote:
AJX wrote:
http://www.bconnex.net/~zirgo/Colors_RGB.htm

How would you know which of those was brown if you were color blind?

:(
I lose...

Didn't read the last sentence in the post.

I tried to find a site that had color names written out along with their RGB values, but for some reason all the sites I found seemed to think that "brown" means dark red.
In response to Foomer (#5)
I just looked it up at this page, which provides a name, a colour value and an example.
If what they display as brown would suite your vision of brown, I don't know though ;)
In response to Schnitzelnagler (#6)
Yeah, that's not my idea of brown. This site is a great example of the color blind leading the color blind.
In response to Foomer (#7)
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Take the primary colours and mix them randomly. That always gave me either brown or purple paint in my art classes.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colors

Bookmark the page. :)
It helps me a lot. (I'm not color blind)
In response to Foomer (#1)
Wow, I didn't expect so many people to help me; I should've tried this a long time ago cosidering I've tried to find out the RGB for brown about 10 times in the past month alone :S Well thanks to everyone for all your help, I greatly appreciate it.
In response to Stephen001 (#9)
Stephen001 wrote:
Take the primary colours and mix them randomly. That always gave me either brown or purple paint in my art classes.

Lol wins! Except that doesn't work on the compy. But wins none the less. :p (I did that too, but the last art class I took was in kindergarten. And the teacher kept calling it learning the alphabet but I didn't believe her. So I threw paint around.)
In response to AJX (#12)
Are you sure about that?
I thought in GIMP (or was it Photoshop) you could use the paintbrush tool and mix colors around.
In response to Foomer (#7)
Foomer wrote:
Yeah, that's not my idea of brown. This site is a great example of the color blind leading the color blind.

It really, really is. Maroon is brown, Chocolate is orange, brown is a pink-red colour. What the hell... =/
In response to AJX (#2)
Just throwing this out there, the Paint program is a better alternative. Just open up where you define custom colors and you can find just the right one.
In response to Rtbbvr (#15)
See again re:colorblindness.
In response to Ryan P (#16)
See again re:alternative to whatever crap site that was.
I didn't notice anyone post this link, so here: http://www.w3schools.com/HTML/html_colornames.asp

The colors aren't perfect. "Saddle Brown" is the closest to what I consider brown, but it seems that is up for some debate. Bark and leather are my standards for brown, so as long as it could be bark or brown leather I consider it brown, in which case "saddle brown" fits quite nicely.