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Suggestion: Right Click on the Color Wheel


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Hello, as the thread title indicates I would like to suggest that you can select the secondary color directly by clicking the desired color on the color wheel with the right mouse button. This would be useful especially for recoloring, and I encountered some situations when I really wished it would be like this.

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Agreed and seconded. :-)

 

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4th would love this feature but....what happens when you have transparent secondary color. does that change as well?

or would this only be in the full opacity?

just for the record I'd love this feature and if you could combine with say a double clik to get the transparency it would be a++

:wink:

Your point and your solution are both important/good. I myself don't draw that often with "colored alpha" and I think a small improvement is better than no improvement... :wink:

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i would love that feature, that would be awesome, now i really want that :mrgreen:

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