Transparency & Gamut

Press Ctrl+4 to switch to the Transparency & Gamut panel shown in Figure 2-18. The options in this panel change how Photoshop displays two conceptual items — transparent space behind layers and RGB colors that can't be expressed in CMYK printing.

Figure 2-18: The options in this panel affect how Photoshop represents transparency and out-of-gamut colors. For the most part, you just want to select colors that you don't often see inside your images.

The options are arranged into two groups — Transparency Settings and Gamut Warning — as explained in the following sections.

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