Google

NAME="GENERATOR" CONTENT="Modular DocBook HTML Stylesheet Version 1.64 ">

Import Palette

General

In the Import Palette dialog, you set the import source. You can import (create) a palette from an image, a gradient or an index palette (read index image).

Import from Gradient

Select gradient as source

Set the name of the palette you are about to create.

Click on Select in the Preview area in order to bring up the Gradient selection dialog where you will choose the source gradient.

Set the amount of colors that you want in the palette in the Sample Size field.

Import from Image

Select Image as source

Set the name of the palette you are about to create.

Choose the one of the currently opened images from which you want to create a palette.

Note

You will create the palette from all visible layers within that image. (as if you had merged all visible layers). Please see Chapter 5 for an explanation of layer functions.

Set the Interval, which will control -- TODO

Set the amount of colors that you want in the palette in the Sample Size field.

Import from Index Palette

Select Index Pallete as source

Set the name of the palette you are about to create.

Choose the one of the currently opened indexed images from which you want to create a palette.

Set the amount of colors that you want in the palette in the Sample Size field.

Note

There is no value in having more colors in the palette than in the indexed image. You can view and alter the the indexed palette in the Indexed Palette dialog. This will also give you an opportunity to evaluate how many colors are present in the indexed palette.

Finally

When you are done click Import and a new palette will be created. Close cancels that whole operation.