Style Appearance in Editor

How does Confluence decide how to render the style previews under the style menu when editing a page? In a custom theme, the new heading styles are not rendered there. Instead, they display as they previously displayed using the default theme for Confluence. Is there a way to update these?

Additionally, in looking through the styles of a page, where is Confluence getting the color.css from? I don't have a color.css file in the theme, but it seems to be overriding some of my styles.

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Many of the CSS files (for example, batch.css) that cross the wire are concatenations of various style settings across your install. I think the values of the colors.css are drawn from the admin color settings (go to the /admin, select "Colour Scheme" under Look and Feel).

My admin color settings are set (and cannot be edited) by the theme.

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