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How does Adobe define "analogous" colors?

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Aug 12, 2017 Aug 12, 2017

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The Kuler color wheel imposes some rule on a palate of "analogous" colors, but it is not clear what that rule is. The rule does NOT limit the  colors to three adjacent colors on a wheel of 12 basic colors.  In all definitions of "analogous color" that I have read, "analogous colors" are defined as three adjacent colors on a wheel of 12 basic colors.

So what is the Kuler color wheel doing when a user selects the "Analogous" color rule?

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