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If I am tracing over multiple areas of a jpeg file with very simalar colors, the eye dropper tool often produces one identical color. This brings me with the following question: Does the eye dropper tool have a database of its own, with a reduced number of colors separated from the viewable color pallette? And if yes, how many increments, both the X axis and the Y axis, does the color pallette contain on any given one on the color slider? If this is the case, are the specified in a linear, exponential or any other form (in size/dimensions)?

 

Any insight would be much appreciated.

 

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Correct answer by carlosgarro | Adobe Community Professional

Hi.

The eyedropper only stores the picked color.

But if you need to create multiple swatches base in one color you can use the Color Guide Harmony Rules >>

Color Guide 01Color Guide 01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Color Guide 02Color Guide 02

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Color pallatte question

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If I am tracing over multiple areas of a jpeg file with very simalar colors, the eye dropper tool often produces one identical color. This brings me with the following question: Does the eye dropper tool have a database of its own, with a reduced number of colors separated from the viewable color pallette? And if yes, how many increments, both the X axis and the Y axis, does the color pallette contain on any given one on the color slider? If this is the case, are the specified in a linear, exponential or any other form (in size/dimensions)?

 

Any insight would be much appreciated.

 

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Correct answer by carlosgarro | Adobe Community Professional

Hi.

The eyedropper only stores the picked color.

But if you need to create multiple swatches base in one color you can use the Color Guide Harmony Rules >>

Color Guide 01Color Guide 01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Color Guide 02Color Guide 02

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PS

When I say, "tracing over multiple areas," I am creating MULTIPLE PATHS.

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Please embed screenshots in your post. Attachments don't work.

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Hi.

The eyedropper only stores the picked color.

But if you need to create multiple swatches base in one color you can use the Color Guide Harmony Rules >>

Color Guide 01Color Guide 01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Color Guide 02Color Guide 02

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