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Chapter 15. Collage > Understanding the Numbers

Understanding the Numbers

The numbers that appear above the sliders indicate the exact location of each slider. If you haven't split any of the sliders, then you should see a total of four numbers (one for each slider). When you split one of the sliders into two parts, you'll see one number for each half of the slider. These numbers use the same numbering system as the Levels dialog box. (See Chapter 5, “Optimizing Grayscale Images,” for a percentage to 0–255 conversion table.)

If you move the upper-left slider until its number changes to 166, for example, you'll have made all the shades darker than 35% gray on that layer disappear. It would be much easier if Adobe would allow us to switch between percentages and the 0–255 numbering system like you can when using the Curves dialog box.


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