Do one of the following:
• Select the colors you want to revert, click the Map Transparency button ^ or choose Unmap Selected Colors from Transparent from the Color Table palette menu.
• To revert all transparency-mapped colors, choose Unmap All Transparent Colors. Locking colors in the color table
You can lock selected colors in the color table to prevent them from being dropped when the number of colors is reduced and to prevent them from dithering in the application.
Note: Locking colors does not prevent them from dithering in a browser. To lock a color:
1 Select one or more colors in the color table. (See "Selecting colors" on page 434.)
2 Lock the color:
• Choose Lock/Unlock Selected Colors from the Color Table palette menu.
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