Greyed out filters in Photoshop CS2?

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  1. verbal

    verbal Active Member

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    I have a ton of greyed out filters in CS2. Anyone have any idea why?
     
  2. dirteemac

    dirteemac hey, how are you?

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    maczter Life is trying things to see if they work.

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    editing an indexed (.gif) image?
     
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    did you pay for it?
     
  5. ppops

    ppops mark webber = teh future

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    greyscale? :dunno:
     
  6. onelove

    onelove Hit or Miss

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    Press Q ?
     
  7. Skoles

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    Make sure the color mode is RGB?
     
  8. Bolicious

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    image > mode > RGB
     
  9. auero

    auero word.

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    Make sure you have something open?
     
  10. verbal

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    This has been resolved. I'm not sure how, but they weren't grey next time I opened Photoshop.
     
  11. Bolicious

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    Same document or a new one?
     
  12. Skoles

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    You might've hit the shortcut by mistake. Apple-Y changes the document from RGB -> CMYK.
     
  13. You may need to have part of the image selected. Have you tried reading the manual?
     

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