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Thread: A quick question about the workspace color

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    A quick question about the workspace color

    Recently, I was working in Artrage and I must have clicked something. The background color/workspace color (the background color on which the painting sits when it doesnīt fill the monitor, donīt know how to decribe it better) changed from white to a sort of beige/gray tone.

    I donīt know what I did. I know about starting and resetting to default. However, I really like the softer, nonwhite tone for that space. When I spend hours with the program that white starts to do tricks with my eyes. I reviewed all the menu bar options but couldnīt find anything that mentioned this.

    Okay, my "quick" question. What did I do, and how can I recreate it in the future if I lose it? That softer background tone is better for me.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Hi Scott,

    Use the color picker to choose a color you'd like as your backdrop for your workspace and then, while holding down the "ALT" key, Left click on the backdrop with your mouse.
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    Thanks Someonesane,

    I was fiddling about with the color picker when it happened.

    At least now I know how to recreate it if need be. Thanks again!
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    It's a good thing to know as there are times ... have been for me at least ... when you want separation between your canvas and screen colors.

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