1 Click Bitmaps, Mode, Paletted (8-bit).
2 Click the Options tab and, from the Palette list box, choose Optimized.
3 Enable the Color Range Sensitivity To box.
4 Do one of the following:
¿P • Click the Eyedropper tool and click a color on the image.
• Click the Color Range Sensitivity To color picker, and choose a color.
• Click the Other button at the bottom of the Color Range Sensitivity To color picker to see more colors or to create your own.
5 Click the Range Sensitivity tab.
6 Move any of the following sliders:
• Importance — changes the default importance value to determines the emphasis placed on this color (and others related to it) in the conversion. Higher importance values mean that more shades of this color (and those related to it) are included in the color palette — to the point where other colors in the image are excluded. The conversion is concentrated on the areas of the image that are displayed in that color.
• Lightness — adjusts the tolerance sensitivity of the conversion process to the lightness component of the range sensitivity color
• A (Green Red Axis) — adjusts the tolerance sensitivity of the conversion process to the green/red component of the range sensitivity color
• B (Blue Yellow Axis)-adjusts the tolerance sensitivity of the conversion process to the blue/yellow component of the range sensitivity color
7 Click the Processed Palette tab to view the range of colors that you've chosen for your palette.
• Range sensitivity is only available when you choose the Optimized palette type.
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