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  Quick and Easy Gel Buttons in Canvas™ 7
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33. Finally, here are examples of red and lavender buttons along with their respective inks and color tables.

 
    Object 1 Object 2 Object 4
Red
Button
R 56 227 199
G 0 0 0
B 0 0 0
         
Lavender
Button
R 56 198 170
G 0 0 0
B 56 199 170

34. You can also achieve a subtle difference by changing the transfer mode of Object 3. In the following screen shots, there are two columns of red buttons. The ones on the left use a transfer mode of "Multiply":

35. The ones on the right use a transfer mode of "Overlay". For this button I prefer the deeper appearance of the "Multiply" transfer mode.


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