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How do I colour in areas that contain the same colour?

How do I colour in areas that contain the same colour?

How do I colour in areas that contain the same colour?

Okay the subject title sounds daft, but please let me explain. I use PSP7, and lets say I have a .png or .gif image. Now I want to basically change some colours on the image (basically swapping colours). If I wanted to change some parts the same colour on the image I would have to zoom in and use paintbrush to colour in the pixels that are the same original colour, and it can take a while to find them, even if using the dropper to see which ones are the same. Now I just wanted to ask if anyone knows if there is a feature on PSP7 that allows you to automatcially detect parts of the image that contain the same colour, so I can easily flood fill the parts quickly with my selected colour? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

RE: How do I colour in areas that contain the same colour?

You are in luck. Try using the Color Replacer. The help files should walk you through using it.


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