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Hi fellow painters,

Would it be possible to have an option that allow color picking to pick document's pixel's color, rather than current layer's color with its opacity ?

I really never want to pick a color from a single layer. I always want to pick the color I see, and without its opacity, the one that result from the blend of all layer on the document's pixel on which I pick the color.

Thank you !

Bye.

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Flatten image with CTRL + SHIFT + F

Use color picker :ColorPickerTool: to select the pixel you want

Undo with CTRL + Z to 'unflatten'

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If it was a feature request, it shouldn't be addressed to "fellow painters" since most of us don't work on the development of pdn. In fact, there is only one person here that can grant you your wish and that is the one and only Rick Brewster (pdn creator and developer). Plugins cannot achieve what you are asking for. Unless he decides to implement your suggestion, you will have to use the workaround EER so kindly referred to.

 

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If it was a feature request, it shouldn't be addressed to "fellow painters" since most of us don't work on the development of pdn. In fact, there is only one person here that can grant you your wish and that is the one and only Rick Brewster (pdn creator and developer). Plugins cannot achieve what you are asking for. Unless he decides to implement your suggestion, you will have to use the workaround EER so kindly referred to.

Oh yes, my mistake. Thank you for this advice. I wasn't knowing that only Rick Brewster was working on Paint.NET, I was thinking a team was formed. And well yes I should have said "Hello Rick" :)

Thank you, and thanks to EER for his workaround.

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