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doh! How do you change the inner glow color

post #1 of 7
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In Adobe Photoshop Elements is there a way to change the "inner glow" color? It's just this really sick tan right now...

And, does anyone have any advice for making aqua style buttons in Elements?
post #2 of 7
It it is anything like Photoshop 6/7 there should be a colored box in the options window that you click on...

<a href="http://www.pixeljerk.com" target="_blank">www.pixeljerk.com</a> has instructions for doing aqua buttons in PS.
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[quote] It it is anything like Photoshop 6/7 there should be a colored box in the options window that you click on... <hr></blockquote>

As far as I can tell there is no colored box... When selecting "style settings" to adjust the inner glow, this is all I get.



And I have been to Pixeljerk.com, probably should have said so What I meant to say was any more advice for aqua buttons beyond what is offered on pixel jerk.
post #4 of 7
I imagine it relates to the foreground colour palette in Photoshop. The left-most tool palette. Otherwise, there's probably an option on the toolbar at the top, the one you use to select text fonts and such.
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post #5 of 7
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I have tried changing the foreground color (and backround) but I still can't get anything besides this stupid tan... Can anyone see anthing I can't?

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/westonm/.Pictures/elements.jpg" target="_blank">screen shot of elements</a>
post #6 of 7
Yes, like I said, if you look at the top most menubar, look at "Help", and look down about an inch, you'll see the word 'color' and a box next to it. This whole palette is contextual, its contents change when you change tools.

Select the box labelled color under an inch under the Help menu item.
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post #7 of 7
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I still can't get it to work &lt;bangs head on desk multiple times&gt;

I have tried changing the color in that box but it still is just tan. I tried changing the foreground color, the backround color, the color in the previously mentioned bar... All in various orders, before appling the style, after appling the style, with combinations of color choices...

Perhaps this will shed the light on the situation for someone with a higher IQ then the eggplant that is my brian..

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/westonm/.Pictures/screenshot2.jpg" target="_blank">screen shot redux</a>

As you can see the color i have selected is definetly not a tan...

[ 04-27-2002: Message edited by: GolferGuy1 ]</p>
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