The Color palette displays the color values for the current foreground and background colors. Using the sliders in the Color palette, you can edit the foreground and background colors according to several different color models. You can also choose a foreground or background color from the spectrum of colors displayed in the color ramp at the bottom of the palette.
The Color palette may display the following alerts when you select a color:
• In Photoshop, an exclamation point inside a triangle a appears above the left side of the color ramp when you choose a color that cannot be printed using CMYK inks.
For more information, see "Identifying out-of-gamut colors (Photoshop)" on page 136.
• A cube v' appears above the left side of the color ramp when you choose a color that is not Web-safe. For more information, see "Using Web-safe colors" on page 262.
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