Adjust the fade, contrast, and monochrome settings of a DWF or DWFx underlay.
You can change the default values for Fade, Contrast, and Monochrome for a single or multiple DWF and DWFx underlays. To confirm the settings on a selected DWF or DWFx underlay, use the Properties palette.
Note: You can also use the ADJUST command to change the fade, contrast, and monochrome settings for DWF underlays as well as DWF, DWFx and PDF underlays or the fade, contrast and brightness for images.
To adjust colors in the DWF or DWFx underlay, open the Properties palette for the DWF or DWFx underlay. For more information, see Adjust Underlay Contrast, Fade, Monochrome, and Colors for the Background.
The following prompts are displayed.
Controls the fade effect of the underlay. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the lighter the linework in the underlay appears. Works indirectly with the contrast effect; a higher contrast value blends the underlay into the background when fade is set to a higher value.
Controls the contrast, and indirectly, the fading effect, of the underlay. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the more each pixel is forced to its primary or secondary color.
Controls the color saturation of all linework while maintaining the luminance. When turned on, the linework appears in varying shades of gray starting at black if the background color luminance is 50 percent or more. If the background color luminance is less than 50 percent, then the colors are inverted, with the darkest linework displaying in white, and the lightest linework displaying in black.