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Created by Karl Tynan 18 May 2018, 13:44:58 Updated by Jan Skovgaard 11 Jul 2018, 17:35:08
Is duplicated by: U4-11359
Subtask of: U4-11510
When adding a new color to an approved color datatype, it adds an additional "#" before the colour (so "#FFFFFF" becomes "##FFFFFF") and there is an error when trying to save: "Validation: The value #FFFFFF is not a valid hex color".
Black (or #000000) is accepted on first setup as it is the default value.
My guess is it is expecting the hex without the leading "#".
I am using Umbraco 7.10.4
Can confirm this is also in 7.9.2
Hi @Karl.Tynan @dpuddifoot,
Do you know how to override this directly from the database until this bug is officially resolved?
We had tried to edit the prevalues in the DB but it wasn't updating in the backoffice as expected.
Yes, @karltynan, I had the same issue, that's why I asked.
This is an unpleasent situation where your hand are completely tied. We'll just have to wait for the update.
Backwards Compatible: False
Affected versions: 7.9.2, 7.10.4
Due in version: