- You have a section "Document Colors" which each can be replaced with an arbitrary color.
When editing line art graphics in GraphicConverter (logos or illustrations as PNG) this feature could be handy.
It would work mostly the same, only would need a color-indexing when starting the process.
When calling this function GC would first run a color indexing (with the last or the default setting) and internally saves these representations:
- Source Image with its colors
- Output Image with the replaced colors.
- Mapping of each source color to the target color.
- This is important, because with this setup each color of the source image is a UID, which can map to any other color, and you can change all of these independently without any unwanted side effects.
- Then the section "Document Colors" is ready for you. The Re-Index button inactive.
- Color replacing works as iconfinder.com's Color Editor.
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Document Colors: 8 of 822 total [ Re-Index ] (•) Index top X colors: [ 6 ] 1 .....|.................. 24 ( ) Color present in min. % of pixels: 2.5% 0 ..|..................... 100 🟣 🟡 🟢 🔵 🔴 🟠
- Clicking it gives you a dialog: "Warning: Reindexing will destroy the calculated color-index of your source file and the mapping to the replacement colors" Cancel / Re-Index.