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Darker

Darker[color]
represents a darker version of the specified color.
Darker
represents a version of the specified color darkened by a fraction f.
Darker
gives a darker version of an image.
  • Darker for values of f outside the range to are clipped.
Darker version of colors:
Specify how much the color should be darkened by using a fraction:
Darker version of an image:
Darker version of colors:
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Specify how much the color should be darkened by using a fraction:
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Darker version of an image:
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With a darkening fraction of zero the color is unchanged:
With a darkening fraction of one the color becomes black:
The default darkening fraction is :
Darker automatically threads over colors:
Use Darker to construct ColorFunction for plots:
Use Darker and Lighter values of a particular hue as a color function:
Darker is a special case of Blend:
Darker and Lighter are not commutative:
Values outside of the 0, 1 range will be clipped:
Some colors may look greenish during the darkening:
Tilted bumpy texture:
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