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Chapter 17. Working with Automate Comman... > Working with Conditional Mode Change

Working with Conditional Mode Change

The Conditional Mode Change command lets you specify the conditions for changing the mode of an image in an action. When you create an action that changes modes, it can cause a problem when you run the action. For example, you create an action and one of the commands is to convert the image from RGB to Grayscale. Running the action against a file that is not RGB will cause an error. But, what if you want to use the same action to convert a CMYK image to grayscale? You can if you make the mode change within the action using Conditional Mode Change. Using this option guarantees that you will never have a problem using an action to change the mode of an image.


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