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Hi guys,

Firstly, merry X-max and happy new year to all of you here!

I am using Paint.net to edit images,

imported an image has a design - (2 circles which I need to change the color of one of the circles,

How this possible can be done? does it need to convert the image to a different format or any else?

Appreciate any quick response,

Regards

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Recoloring tool :RecoloringTool:

 

REF: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/RecolorTool.html

 

Basically, what you do is...

 

1. Set the sampling option to Sampling Secondary color in the toolbar.

2. Set the Secondary color to the color you want to change.

3. Set the Primary color to the shade you want to be left with

4. Make the brush width large and paint over the original color with continuous strokes.

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2 hours ago, Ego Eram Reputo said:

Recoloring tool :RecoloringTool:

 

REF: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/RecolorTool.html

 

Basically, what you do is...

 

1. Set the sampling option to Sampling Secondary color in the toolbar.

2. Set the Secondary color to the color you want to change.

3. Set the Primary color to the shade you want to be left with

4. Make the brush width large and paint over the original color with continuous strokes.

I could not find out to implement this in practical steps,

However, if there is a video which can show step by step how to to do this, will be highly appreciated,

One point point. the part that needed to adjust the color is inside an image (logo)

so I need to change the color of some part of it, is not s draft document, it;s written and saved file,

so please understand the issue that's needs to be solved, is not creating a new file,

regards

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3 minutes ago, mixmedia said:

I could not find out to implement this in practical steps,

Tell us specifically which step you're having trouble with so we can help.

 

You can also take a look at the documentation for the Recolor tool:

https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/RecolorTool.html

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15 hours ago, AndrewDavid said:

Hi @mixmedia

Looks like all you need to do is;

 

oWTnus.png

 

Let us know if this answers your question. B)

Hey Andrew,

Thanks for the reply along with the very clear explanation,

I followed the steps exactly, but the recoloring did not implemented at the final step when clicked on the bucket,

Even I tried 2 different sections, but the result still no recolor,

I attached the picts for a better review if anything missing around this? or there are some additional buckets need to be installed?

Thanks a lot for the kind efforts indeed!

 

Test_recolor-1.jpg

Test_recolor-2.jpg

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^^ toe_head that was inspired!

 

Absolving the need to use the Paint Bucket...

 

Once the selection is made, you can press Backspace to fill it with the Primary color or Shift + Backspace to fill with the Secondary color.

 

You've now got three methods for recoloring part of an image. Not bad at all... :)

 

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