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Another tip with the Color Picker Tool, make sure Sampling is set to Image.

 

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Welshblue, f you have more than one layer, the Image setting will return the pixel color of all the layers blended together, while the Layer setting will give you the pixel color in the currently active layer. For a simple case. If you have two layers, the top opaque and white and the bottom opaque and black, and the bottom layer is active, Image will return white, and Layer will return black. If the top layer had 50% opacity, Image would return gray.

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I thought I made it clear - you not reading the Docs? :lol:

 

https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/ColorPicker.html#4

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Manuals eh? Who needs 'em.... :lol:

 

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