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    i have a problem with my photoshop. why is it i cannot change my foreground and background color every time i press d and use paint bucket its ok even if press x, but if i choose other colors like red, blue the colors turn to gray or black! what does this mean?

  • #2
    Sounds like you're working in grayscale mode.
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      so how do i change back to rgb mode? how did i get to gray mode?

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      • #4
        Image>Mode>RGB

        Your image mode is displayed on the title bar of your working image window.

        As for how you got into GS mode, I don't know exactly. Perhaps your last image was in GS, or you performed a function that converts to GS.
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