ADJUST
 
 
 
Quick Reference

Access Methods

Button

 Ribbon: Insert tab Reference panel AdjustNot available on the ribbon in the current workspace.

Summary

With the ADJUST command, you can control several display settings for selected images and underlays (DWF, DWFx, PDF, and DGN underlays). To confirm the settings, use the Properties palette.

List of Prompts

The following prompts are displayed.

The list of prompts depends on whether you select one or more images, or one or more underlays.

Images

Fade

Controls the fade effect in the image. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the lighter that the image appears. This setting works indirectly with the contrast effect; a higher contrast value blends the image into the background when fade is set to a higher value.

Contrast

Controls the contrast, and indirectly the fading effect in the image. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the stronger the contrast.

Brightness

Controls the brightness, and indirectly, the contrast in the image. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the brighter the image and the more pixels that become white when you increase contrast.

Underlays

Fade

Controls the fade effect in the underlay. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the lighter that the linework in the underlay appears. This setting works indirectly with the contrast effect; a higher contrast value blends the underlay into the background when fade is set to a higher value.

Contrast

Controls the contrast, and indirectly the fading effect in the underlay. Values range from 0 through 100. The greater the value, the stronger the contrast.

Monochrome

Controls the color saturation of all areas while maintaining the luminance. When turned on, the underlay appears in 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 areas displaying as white, and the lightest areas displaying as black.