Values differ depending on the referencing
For example, the value property
of a field object is a string representing the
actual value displayed in the field, or the field’s bound value.
for objects that require an color value, this property specifies
a comma-separated list of values for each color component of the
color space. For the color-space of SRGB, the component values must be
r,g,b, where r is the red component value, g is the green component
value, and b is the blue component value. Each component value must
be in the range 0 through 255, inclusive. 255 represents maximum
display intensity. For example, 255,0,0 specifies the color red.
default is dependent upon the context of where the color is used;
the default color is determined by the object enclosing the color