Editing the Solarized Theme for Textmate

I have long made Ethan Schoonover’s Solarized by default color scheme for my text editing applications, be it Textmate, BBEdit, or the terminal. But, I confess, Ethan’s defaults for basic contrast are a little too close together, and so I also routinely darken the foreground, the text itself, to one of the other base colors. In some cases, I need to know what the hexadecimal descriptors are:

$base03: #002b36;
$base02: #073642;
$base01: #586e75;
$base00: #657b83;
$base0: #839496;
$base1: #93a1a1;
$base2: #eee8d5;
$base3: #fdf6e3;
$yellow: #b58900;
$orange: #cb4b16;
$red: #dc322f;
$magenta: #d33682;
$violet: #6c71c4;
$blue: #268bd2;
$cyan: #2aa198;
$green: #859900;

And here are the accompanying color charts:

solarized-palette

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