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The google palettes are monochromatic. Which keeps the same RGB ratio shifting the Lightness and saturation up or down. To do this you have to convert the RGB value to HSL representation (Hue, Saturation, Lightness), alter the lightness and saturation then convert back if need be. It is possible to keep it in the RGB space while calculating, but the math is ...


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I don't know if it's still needed, but I made this little CSS3/AngularJS tool for a project to generate Material Colors palettes. It's far from finished, but you can however enter your 500 hex color and use an external tool like colorzilla to get the color values from there. Also the lighter ones are exactly the ones google used, but the darker ones are off ...


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Oh, do not worry. That is a never-ending color management horror. 1 I recommend you to use the following settings on all Photoshop instances you using (and also in all Adobe programs) In Edit > Color Settings chose those two profiles: RGB: Adobe RGB (1998) CMYK: Coated GRACoL 2006 (ISO 12647-2:2004) Management Policies should be all "Convert to xxxx" ...


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This is the way I've done it. Select All then Edit>Recolor Artwork. There is a Folder Icon on the top right of the panel. This will create a Swatch Group of all the used Colors. Cancel this panel unless you would like to merge colors etc. Delete the other colors in the swatch. Good Luck. Edit: If you have 2 very similar blacks the Edit Colors panel ...


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With no art selected, you can highlight a swatch and use Select > Same > Fill & Stroke to find what objects used that swatch. You can also use Select All Unused from the Swatch Panel Menu which will highlight the unused swatches. Note this tends to leave behind an orange and a green due to their use in Symbols. Brushes, symbols etc which use a ...



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