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8.19. Rearrange Colormap

Figure 15.153.  The “Rearrange Colormap” window

The Rearrange Colormap window

This command allows you to re-organize colors in the palette of indexed images. It doesn't modify the image. You can't add or remove colors; for that, see The Indexed Palette Dialog .

8.19.1. Activate Dialog

You can access this command from the image menu-bar through ColorsMapRearrange Colormap. If your image is not indexed, this command is grayed out and disabled.

8.19.2.  Using the “Rearrange Colormap” dialog

Explanations supplied in the dialog window are enough: drag and drop colors to rearrange the colormap. You can sort colors in various ways by using the local pop-menu that you get by right-clicking:

Figure 15.154. The “Rearrange Colormap” pop-menu

The Rearrange Colormap pop-menu

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