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The top menu Window>Colors bring out a Colors window. It always default with black color

 

I want to set default to red color. Is it possible?

 

I usually use red color for lines/text that I want to add to the pictures.

 

Thanks

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I don't recall that the default Primary and Secondary colors can be reset.

You know you can click on the palette in the Color Window to quickly select a color?

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I don't recall that the default Primary and Secondary colors can be reset.

You know you can click on the palette in the Color Window to quickly select a color?

 

I understand that I can click on the palette to select a color. I just thought maybe there are some ways to set some defaults, for example I am using it for text annotation so I always use red text/lines.

 

Could the default font size and thickness of lines be changed?

 

Where that I can look at defaults that could be changed?

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Look to the left side of the Tool Bar, there is a drop-down list of the Tools. The top item in that list is the option the "Choose Defaults". That will open the default settings dialog.

http://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/Toolbar.html

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Thanks EER.

 

BTW what does "vote this post up" (little up arrow at bottom right corner of post) do?

 

 

EER gives a good explanation here.

 

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