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Chapter 2. More Painting Tools > The Color Replacer

The Color Replacer

The Color Replacer appears in the same family of tools as the Dropper. You use the Color Replacer to replace an existing color in your image with another color—either by changing the current Background color to the current Foreground color or vice versa, depending on whether you use the tool with the left mouse button or the right mouse button.

The Color Replacer’s Tool Options palette is much like the one for the Paint Brush, an important difference being that the Color Replacer has a Tolerance control. If you set Tolerance to 0, the pixels to be replaced must match the specified color exactly. Setting the Tolerance to a higher number tells Paint Shop Pro to also change pixels that closely match the specified color. With a Tolerance setting of 200, all the pixels are changed.


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