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Over- and underexposure indicators shows not only over (under)-exposure presence, but what channel(s) is(are) overexposed.

For overexposed areas, overblown channel is zeroed, so these colors are used:

  • Magenta – areas where the green channel is clipped
  • Cyan – areas where only the red channel is clipped
  • Yellow – areas where only the blue channel is clipped
  • Blue – areas where both green and red channels are clipped
  • Green – areas where both blue and red channels are clipped
  • Red – areas where both blue and green channels are clipped
  • Black – areas where all 3 channels are clipped.

For underexposed areas, underexposed channels are inverted to full saturation, so these colors are used:

  • Blue – where the blue channel is underexposed
  • Red – where the red channel is underexposed
  • Green – where the green channel is underexposed
  • Magenta – where both red and blue channels are underexposed
  • Cyan – where both green and blue channels are underexposed
  • Yellow – where both green and red channels are underexposed
  • White – where all three channels are underexposed.

So, there is no way to set Over/under-exposure areas colors, because color scheme is more complex than one color.