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9.4.  RGB mode

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Revision $Revision$ 2006-08-01 scb

The RGB command converts your image to RGB mode. See the RGB description in the Glossary for more information. Normally, you work in this mode, which is well-adapted to the screen. It is possible to convert an RGB image to Grayscale or Indexed mode, but be careful: once you have saved the image, you can no longer retrieve the RGB colors, so you should work on a copy of your image.

9.4.1.  Activating the command

  • You can access this command from the image menu bar through Image->Mode->RGB.


 
 
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