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How Do I Set Primary Colour to a Colour in an Image?


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I'm probably not saying this entirely properly, but I want to set the primary or secondary colour on the colour picker to a shade of green from an image I'm editing, so I can use that color to draw lines. It's a similar effect to the Clone Stamp tool, but I want to be able to draw with this colour without having to have some "anchor" set on the part that I'm trying to draw from. How do I do this?

 

Thanks!

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Simply use the color picker tool:  :PaintDotNet.Icons.ColorPickerTo

 

Once you click on the tool, there are several cool options in the button bar.  Then, click on your image (left click to set primary color, right click to set secondary color.)

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Simply use the color picker tool:  :PaintDotNet.Icons.ColorPickerTo

 

Once you click on the tool, there are several cool options in the button bar.  Then, click on your image (left click to set primary color, right click to set secondary color.)

I don't know how I didn't see this. Like, I swear I've looked at that icon enough to know what it was, but I just didn't.Thanks a bunch!

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