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  1. #41
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    Hi honeyball,
    Could you attach an image of the sticker brush you are importing ?
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    I tried many versions (interlaced, export via web etc.) ...
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    I'm not having any issues on my end. I've attached the Sticker (.stk) I made from your first attachment, along with the Spray Preset (.prs) I used to test it.

    Sticker: colorP.stk

    Spray Preset: colorP.prs

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    Thank you, but I have still the same problem.
    I must have wrong settings!
    All the same... with my WACOM and my mouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeyball View Post
    I must have wrong settings!
    I'm out of ideas...

    It looks exactly like what would happen if you didn't turn off the "With Lighting" option for the Color Picker as I mentioned already. If that's not the problem, I don't know what is. I highly doubt it's a drawing tablet issue, because I set up the Preset so that pen pressure wouldn't be a factor when dealing with the hue, saturation or luminance of the sticker.
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    It has nothing to do with the settings at the "sticker brush" it's the sticker himself. Without any light settings... the stickers are all not an 255 red! The same happens with the artrage stickers.
    And the colorpicker picked the same color with "With Lighting" and without.
    The sticker is not at 255... the colorpicker picked the exaclty color... but then the brush is not drawing this color. Cause the sticker was not 255...
    I will film it and load it on youtube, maybe that will show what happend!
    Everone has it on window, right? Could it be a OS X color problem?

    Ahrg my English sucks

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    Hi Honeyball, I've also checked the RGB on all 3 of your stickers here in photoshop and they are all 255,0,0 which means the stickers are fine and are being created correctly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Honeyball View Post
    Could it be a OS X color problem?
    MMmmm not sure, I'm on the darkside (PC) and not with the Rebel Alliance (Mac)

    Might be worth contacting Mac Tech support to find out why the colours are not sampling correctly on your machine.
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    I can't fix that stupid problem. Outside Artrage my colorsystem is perfect... I will make a screenmovie this week~ maybe we finde a simple resolution... DX

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