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 +====== Image reduce colour ======
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 +Command: **IMGCOLOR**
 +===== Description =====
 +With this command you can reduce the colour depth of images, which also reduces the data volume and therefore the memory requirements. There is only one conversion possible, though.
 +===== Procedure =====
 +  - After entering the command select one or more images in the drawing.
 +  - In the dialogue **Convert colour palette** select the desired colour range.
 +  - With **[OK]** apply the selection and the amended image will be displayed in the drawing. ​
 +===== Functions =====
 +|**Index colours**|Reduces the colour depth to 256 colours and saves the changes to a new **png**-file|
 +|**Grayscale**|Reduces the colour depth tp 256 shades of gray and saves the changes to a new **png**-file|
 +|**Binary**|Reduces the colour depth to 2 colours (black/​white) and saves the changes to a new **bmp**-file\\ \\ <WRAP round tip 90%>
 +You can change the colours in the image. For this, select another colour for the layer the image is on.
 +When converting images the original image will not be changed, but a copy will be created. The image in the drawing links automatically now to the new image file.
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 +The copies will be saved in the same location where the originals are. If this is not possible because of restricted rights the copy is saved in the directory of the drawing file instead.