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Thread: Palettes disappear

  1. #1
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    Palettes disappear

    I've had a problem where all the palettes disappear on the screen and I don't know how to bring them back up. Does anyone else have this problem?

  2. #2
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    press enter, and they return.
    By hittng the "tab" key, you can make them all disapear too.Gives you more room to paint.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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  3. #3
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    Thanks. I notice some of the commands (move, enlarge, decrease) are the same as Photoshop. I like it!

    Another minor thing, for whatever the reason, the area off the area where you paint (the canvas area) is a color. It's a purple color and it used to be white. It's a little distracting. Do you know how to make it white again?

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    Hiya kiddeft5...

    To change the colour of the background (non-canvas)...

    1. Make sure your canvas is small enough for you to see the background.

    2. In your colour palette, select the colour you want the background to be. (In your case, choose white. But it can be any colour you want.)

    3. Press the 'ALT' key on your keyboard, and click on the background.

    4. Voila! Your background is whatever colour you want it to be. Mine is currently bright orange, cos I made sure of my facts before writing this email. Hehehehe. I'll be changing it right back to neon lime as soon as I hit send! Hehehe!

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    Neon lime! That sounds rather blinding heheheh :lol:
    Dave
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