Posted 30 June 2009 - 12:45 AM
You'll have to play with it to get the shade you want.
Increase the Red, and Green.
Decrease the Blue.
You could start off with one of these:
Bright yellow: Red-254, Green-250, Blue-67
Subdued yellow: Red-255, Green-252, Blue-130
You don't have to use the sliders.
You can type in the values, manually.
If you're looking for a particular shade, here's the way to find the values.
In the Tool Bar, click Image and select Create New (empty) image...
This will open the Create New Image dialog box.
Click the Background color button.
This will open the Color dialog box.
Under Basic colors:, click one of the Yellow squares.
On the right, click and hold the arrow, and drag it up or down, until you get the desired shade.
Once you have the shade you want, write down the numbers next to Red, Green, and Blue.
Close out everything, and open the image you want to adjust.
Use the numbers you copied, to fill in the values next to the sliders.
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