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8.20. Set Colormap

Figure 15.155. The “Set Colormap” window

The Set Colormap window

This command opens a dialog which allows you to select another palette to replace the color map of your indexed image. First click in the button with the name of the current palette (which is not the color map of your image yet) to open the Palette Selector:

Figure 15.156. The “Palette Selection” dialog

The Palette Selection dialog

Once you have chosen the wanted palette, click the OK button in the “Set Palette” dialog to replace the image colormap.

8.20.1. Activate the command

This command is found in the image window menu under ColorsMapSet Colormap.


 
 
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