Type Default Value Read Only Description
Long 3 No The native color space for the color.




Allows you to get or set the current color space for the color.

This property is defined in terms of the number of components in the color space. RGB colors have three components. CMYK colors have four components. Grayscale colors have only one component. So the values you can use are one, three or four to indicate Grayscale, RGB or CMYK respectively.

If you change the value of this property, the current color will automatically be converted to the indicated color space. However, different color spaces have fundamentally different properties, and color conversions can only ever be approximate.