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Change colour of an image

Yes you can do this with just Preview. The following method is a bit hacky, but reasonably straight forward: Open the file with Preview and bring up the Adjust Colour tool adjust the temperature to ...
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Two colors whose shades are perceived as equally dark?

Let us imagine that the numbers (100) are the number of photons shooting out of the screen into your eyes. By simply comparing the values of color (100,100,100) vs (0,0,100) we see that the screen is ...
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Change colour of an image

Because the image essentially has no colour [black/white/grey are not considered 'colours' for this] then Preview cannot do anything useful with it. You can make it swing the tint between greenish &...
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Where can I find a large palette / set of contrasting colors for coloring many datasets on a plot?

Here's a set I devised, of 26 maximally distinct RGB values (28 if you include black and white). It is also a colour alphabet. It differs from the colour alphabet of Peter Green-Armytage and the 22 ...
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What process has been used to derive these "tints"?

A tint of an RGB colour would be calculated by merging it with white, at various opacities. There is a formula for this, courtesy of User: JBE on Stack Overflow, and this answer here. newR = currentR +...
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How to apply and merge clipping mask to each separate grouped layer (custom coloring)

I wouldn't use a clipping mask here. I'd use a Layer Style. You can apply an Overlay Layer Style to the group This essentially provides the same result as using a clipping mask. If you want each ...
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How to apply and merge clipping mask to each separate grouped layer (custom coloring)

Here's something simple, although just not as asked. I have letter A as a layer group. The three lines of the A are separate layers named to Part 1, 2 and 3. Every part contains mostly grey, but also ...
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How can i trim the artwork

Definitely what Scott said, but depending on your end purpose, it may actually be easier and quicker to just edit the circles from a black fill, to a white fill.
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How can i trim the artwork

Assuming the circles are on top of everything else... Select all the circles Choose Object > Compound Path > Make from the menu. This forces Illustrator to see the circles as one, singular ...
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Why are even displays with high or complete specific color space coverage not correctly calibrated?

Each monitor is unique in how many hours its been used, where it has been stored in etc. In addition each monitor is used in different background settings. So even if each monitor left the factory the ...
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Shift white to a color like the hue tool can

In the next single layer image there's drawn a pure white scribble on black. The transparency of the white varies. It's fully opaque in the middle and its opacity reduces to zero towards the edges: ...
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RGB and CMYK Colour Modes

No way in this universe CMYK will look identical to RGB. You need to let go of that idea and try to find a compromise. In general yes, any CMYK conversion will look more washed out, versus a brighter, ...
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