KarlosGeek

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  1. When you want to select a color on PDN, you can use the Magic Wand Tool, select continuous or global mode, set tolerancy, etc. With tolerance at 0, global mode and pixelated selection (no smooth edges), when you select a specific color (let's say #FF0000, red), PDN will select every pixel of your image with that HEX value. By using the add mode, PDN selects every pixel of my image with the first HEX value, and the new one (let's say #0026FF, blue). Problem is, to do that I have to click on a pixel with that color. That doesn't sound like much, but what I need to do is select every pixel of my image with MANY DIFFERENT HEXs values. So I need to click on 8 pixels, each with their own color, for PDN to select every pixel that has that same color in my image. To do what I want, I would need to manually click THOUSANDS of times for PDN to select every pixel that has that same colors I clicked in my image. That would take forever to do. I want to know if you know a way for me to do that under a relative short amount of time (maybe a plugin of some sorts). I know every single HEX value that I need to select on my image, so I don't need to click on a pixel with that color.