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Old 26. Jul 2014, 09:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PicPick Question

Is anyone familiar enough with PicPick to tell me how for example, when I use the rectangle tool in the main tools bar, I can select an outline color but NO color as the other one so if you want to outline a box in a picture, you can just have the outer frame color with no color on the inside?

That's not an opacity thing and when I first installed PicPick, it allowed me to do that but on an occasion where I chose one color for the frame and another color for the inner portion, I never seemed to be able to get it back or find NO COLOR for that inside of the rectangle.

If you look at the attachment, the white portion is the area I used to be able to have as a no-color vs having to select a color as I do now so in essence, would just have the red box around the dogs eye.

Thanks for any ideas.
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Old 26. Jul 2014, 10:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default PicPick Shapes Fill Solution

Just found the solution and I'll post it here for others who may face the same problem. when you choose one of the shapes in theh tools section, another tab pops up called 'shapes' and this particular shapes screen menu offers a drop down box called "Fill" where you can select 'No Fill' or 'Solid Fill'.
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