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|To create a custom Color Set
in Painter 6, or in Painter 5 and 5.5, use these steps:
an existing image, if you want to create your custom Color Set picking
colors from that image to use in another image, or start with a new Canvas
and create your custom Color Set as you work.
the Art Materials palette's Color Set section (in Painter 5
and 5.5, in the Art Materials palette's Color section menu,
choose Adjust Colors), click the Lock icon to open it, then
click the New Set button.
You'll should see an empty Color Set appear.
It may be hidden below your other
palettes, so use Ctrl/Command+6 twice; once to to close it, the
second time to open it and bring it to the front. Then move it to a place
on your screen where it won't be hidden again.
the Eyedropper tool, click a color in your image that you want to
add to your custom Color Set.
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the Add Color button.
another color, then click the Add Color button again. Continue to
add colors until you've created your complete custom Color Set.
save your custom Color Set, click the Library button. You'll
be asked "Do you want to save the changes you've made to the current
the Yes button and give the custom Color Set a unique name
not already used by Painter, and one that will make sense to you
Sets are saved as
To load another custom Color Set, or reload the default Painter
Color Set or one from the Painter CD, click the Library
To learn more about using the Color Set section, read the Painter
6 User Guide (the Painter 5 or 5.5 User Guides).
Creating Custom Color Sets! :o)
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|Jinny Brown, June 29, 2001
last modified September 17, 2002
- 2002, Jinny Brown
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