Custom Color Selector Dialog Box (Image Editor for Icons)

 

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This dialog box allows you to customize the colors you use for your image. For more information, see Customizing or Changing Colors.

Gradient Color Display
Changes the values of a selected color. Position the crosshair on the color you want to change. Then move the slider up or down to change the luminosity or RGB values of the color.

Luminosity Bar
Sets the luminosity for the color you select in the Gradient Color Display box. Click and drag the white arrow up the bar for greater brightness or down for less. Note that the Color box displays the color you've selected and the affect of the luminosity you set.

Color
Lists the hue (color wheel value) of the color you are defining. Values range from 0 to 240, where 0 is red, 60 is yellow, 120 is green, 180 is cyan, 200 is magenta, and 240 is blue.

Hue
Lists the hue (color wheel value) of the color you are defining. Values range from 0 to 240, where 0 is red, 60 is yellow, 120 is green, 180 is cyan, 200 is magenta, and 240 is blue.

Sat
Specifies the saturation value of the color you are defining. Saturation is the amount of color in a specified hue. Values range from 0 to 240.

Lum
Lists the luminosity (brightness) of the color you are defining. Values range from 0 to 240.

Red
Specifies the red value of the color you are defining. Values range from 0 to 255.

Green
Specifies the green value of the color you are defining. Values range from 0 to 255.

Blue
Specifies the blue value of the color you are defining. Values range from 0 to 255.

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Image Menu
Customizing or Changing Colors
Colors Window

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