(, tasteweb) trying to get randomly generated colors to look right. So I'm using the HSLuv colorspace and.. uh.. are some HSLuv implementations worse than others??
I do not attest that the luminance or saturation of the yellow user is perceptibly the same as the luminance or saturation of the pink user!

Yeah okay I'm looking at hsluv.org/ , presumably this is standard, at the brighter end of things, yellow hues is generally.. more, than other hues, HSLuv just isn't up to the job.

I want to draw a red circle around it but it is already sufficiently visual aberrant to be clearly indicated.

For other saturations and lightnesses, yellow is fine, starts to go wrong at the higher reaches.

@faun That's expected. The H, S, and L parameters let you exceed the perceptually uniform area in HSLuv. If you want it to definitely be uniform, you should use HPLuv, which restricts the addressable area to be perceptually uniform.

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