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How to show the "TemperatureMap" in Manipulate?. ONLY the image, without text "ColorData..."

Manipulate[ Column[{Style["This is a Test... " -> DateString[] -> "  -  " -> i^2,18, Bold], Style["How to show ONLY the image of TemperatureMap in the last row?", 18,Darker@Red, Bold], ColorData["TemperatureMap"]}], {i, 1, 5}]

Temperature in Manipulate

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closed as off-topic by rasher, m_goldberg, Artes, gpap, Sjoerd C. de Vries Apr 22 at 11:35

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Have you even looked at the documentation? One can easily find ColorData["DarkRainbow", "Image"] in it. –  Öskå Apr 22 at 9:38
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ColorData["TemperatureMap", "Image"] Bigger? Try e.g. Show[ColorData["TemperatureMap", "Image"], ImageSize -> 500] –  rasher Apr 22 at 9:38
    
@Öskå: lol, needed a stopwatch for that one... –  rasher Apr 22 at 9:38
    
@rasher 2 seconds according to the time stamps :D –  Öskå Apr 22 at 9:40
    
@oska , Yes but... I focused badly in FullForm ... and I was trying before asking. Sorry for question any so easy! (not for me ;-) ) sensa.square7.ch/fdd18.jpg –  Mika Ike Apr 22 at 9:42

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This question is ill-posed. It has nothing to do with Manipulate.

ColorData["TemperatureMap", "Image"]

colors

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