BlackInk Manual

 

Color History

 

 

 

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Each color type has its own history for easy access to every setting.

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To display the color history :

Color preview

Stay over the color preview

History color

History unfolds

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Color history details:


Color list

The upper part shows the history of previously used colors.

Color List

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Color preview

The central part is the preview of the current color.

When you click on it the color parameters windows unfolds.

Color preview

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Alpha shortcut

In the lower part the slider makes your color more or less transparent by adjusting its alpha value.

Alpha shortcut

 

 

Color list

For colors always easy to find

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If you go over an item it stands out.

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One click to select the color. The selected color will go into the first position

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If you have your cursor over an arrow, the color list will scroll in the arrow direction.

The left arrow shows more recent colors and the right arrow shows older colors.

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If you click on the arrows you will scroll through the thumbnails one by one.

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If the color is too transparent to be clearly seen in the thumbnail, a marker appears to show the full color.

 

 

Color preview

An easy way to view and change your colors

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If you click on the color preview you can edit it.

 

Sometimes options can be displayed above:

Show and hide your reference image

Show and hide your reference image

On image-based color, an eye is displayed.

It allows you to show or hide the reference image on the canvas.

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Display full color

Display full color

If the color is too transparent to be clearly visible in the color preview, a marker appears to show the full color.

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Back to the current color

Back to the current color

In the color palette, the background represents the new color and the circle represents the current color.

To come back to the current color you can click on the circle.

 

 

Alpha

A shortcut to make your color more or less transparent

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when you hold the left mouse button and move the slider, the value of the alpha is displayed.

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Do not confuse "color alpha" with "brush opacity" which define brush behaviors.

 

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