The Basic part of the Color Editor has been re-designed to take up less space but provide more options than before. Thus, two additional ranges have been added, splitting the spectrum into eight ranges instead of six.
The ranges are available from color patches and are adjusted with sliders that are now showing gradient colors, indicating their effect.
Additionally, the Basic Color Editor now works on Layers.
If you need to change the ranges, the spectrum is available from the (…) button. Any changes made to the ranges of the spectrum will be reflected in the color patches and the gradients sliders.
The Direct Color Editor (use shortcut D) is the new Cursor Tool in the Basic tab of the Color Editor. It allows you to click and drag anywhere on the image and observe the changes of the corresponding slider depending on the dragging direction. You can adjust the default setting by going to Direct Color Editor Settings from the Basic tab of the Color Editor tool.
Alternatively, right-click in the Viewer when the Direct Color Editor cursor is selected.
NOTE: Advanced Color Editor and Skin Tone Tool have not changed.