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MAKING THE COLOR PALETTE WORK TWICE AS HARD

If you use the Color palette (under the Window menu) to select colors, you're probably already using the color ramp at the bottom of the palette for making quick color selections, but here are two tips that make using the ramp faster and easier. First, the color ramp doesn't have to use the same color mode as the color sliders above it; for example, you can have RGB for your sliders and grayscale as your ramp. This is great because it gives you two different models to choose from without digging through menus. You can choose the color modes for both the sliders and the ramp from the Color palette's flyout menu. The second tip is that if you quickly want to change color ramps, Shift-click on the ramp. Every time you Shift-click, it will rotate to the next color mode.

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