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Multiwheel Colour Window

The Multiwheel Colour window lets you select and customize colours, create solid or gradient colours, store colours in the colour storage library, open the Colour Picker window and undo actions.

For tasks related to this dialog box, see About Colour, Creating Gradients and Using the Edit Gradient - Texture Tool.

Parameter Description

Single Wheel Mode

Opens the Colour Picker window—see Colour Picker Window.

Current Colour

Displays the current colour on the left side. On the right side is the currently you are modifying.

Colour slider

Displays the colour gradation of the colour selected in the colour picking area.

Colour picking area

Displays a colour range with a cursor which you can drag to select a colour. This display changes when you select one of the these options: H, S, V, R, B, or B.

Dropper

Lets you select a colour from any place on your screen. Hold down the Dropper and drag to the desired colour and release to select the colour.

Colour Scale

Displays the hue selected in the colour picking and colour slider areas, and its different values.

Add Colour

Adds the selected colour to the colour storage library.

Colour Storage Library

Lets you save colours you have defined.

Alpha

Lets you change the transparency level by typing in a value or dragging the slider.

Solid

Creates an even, uniform colour.

Gradient

Lets you create a linear or radial gradient—see Creating Gradients and Using the Edit Gradient - Texture Tool.

Gradient Scale

Displays a colour range and arrows. Move the arrows to define the gradient colours.

Gradient Preview

Displays a preview of the gradient as you move the arrows on the gradient scale.

Linear

Creates a linear gradient.

Radial

Creates a radial (circular) gradient.

View

Undo List

Shows or hides the Undo list.

HSV Wheels

Shows or hides the HSV colour wheels.

RGB Wheels

Shows or hides the RGB colour wheels.

Undo List

Displays a list of actions you can undo by clicking a swatch in the list.

HSV

Displays the hue, saturation or value of a selected colour in the colour picking area.

RGB

Displays the red, green or blue colour wheel.