TamerKoh Posted November 10, 2014 Share Posted November 10, 2014 I was finally able to download the newest version after upgrading to Windows 7 SP1, and everything was great, up until the point I needed to use the Recolor tool like usual. It seems to have been changed...and I'd argue for the worst. Below is a sample of what happens when you use the recolor tool in the old version versus the new version. 3.5's Recolor Tool also gets any partially translucent pixels, allowing for recoloring of anti-aliased lines. 4.x's Recolor Tool only gets fully opaque color, unless you turn the Tolerance way up. When you do that, though, the recolor tool puts down color that isn't the color you have selected, and also replaces colors you aren't intending to replace. To put it another way...4.X's recolor tool basically behaves as if I used the magic wand, at 0% tolerance, to select a solid color, and then used the brush tool with anti-aliasing off to brush over it. I feel like this defeats the entire purpose of having a Recolor tool if it's going to ignore pixels that have he same RGB values, but a different alpha channel value. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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