tests/testthat/_snaps/palette.md

various formatting works

Code
  df1 <- tibble::tibble(red = album_palettes$red, evermore = album_palettes$
    evermore)
  print(df1)
Output
  # A tibble: 5 x 2
    red     evermore
    <clpal> <clpal> 
  1 #201F39 #160E10 
  2 #A91E47 #421E18 
  3 #7E6358 #D37F55 
  4 #B0A49A #85796D 
  5 #DDD8C9 #E0D9D7
Code
  print(album_palettes$lover)
Output
  <color_palette[5]>
      #76BAE0 
      #8C4F66 
      #B8396B 
      #EBBED3 
      #FFF5CC 
Code
  print(album_palettes$folklore)
Output
  <color_palette[5]>
      #3E3E3E 
      #545454 
      #5C5C5C 
      #949494 
      #EBEBEB
Code
  col1 <- c("wheat", "firebrick", "navy")
  col2 <- c("#009fb7", "#fed766", "#696773")
  col3 <- c("goldenrod", "#85898a")
  col4 <- c(ku_blue = "#0051ba", ku_crimson = "#e8000d", "#ffc82d")
  pal1 <- color_palette(col1)
  pal2 <- color_palette(col2)
  pal3 <- color_palette(col3)
  pal4 <- color_palette(col4)
  print(pal1)
Output
  <color_palette[3]>
      wheat 
      firebrick 
      navy 
Code
  print(pal2)
Output
  <color_palette[3]>
      #009fb7 
      #fed766 
      #696773 
Code
  print(pal3)
Output
  <color_palette[2]>
      goldenrod 
      #85898a 
Code
  print(pal4)
Output
  <color_palette[3]>
      ku_blue 
      ku_crimson 
      #ffc82d


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