Eye Dropper Tool

The magnifying Eyedropper Tool helps you precisely yet easily sample colors from your images.

Tutorial Comments

  1. Tracy

    Thanks. Despite the other comments, this was helpful to me–as I am new to all of this.

  2. Maximu

    Very good tutorials, love it

  3. Maximus

    I’m just watching and practicing as I go along

  4. Pamela

    Having difficulty switching to the paint tool once I have color selected. Please provide clearer steps. Thanks.

  5. Ausra

    @Pamela, once you’ve selected the color, simply click to select the Brush Tool in the Tools palette.

  6. Hier

    Have problems to understand eyedropper tool.
    Which key I have to hold on the keyboard to paint??

  7. Ausra

    @ Hier, to start painting switch to the Brush Tool (B).

  8. Tim

    How can I find the Eye Dropper Tool on the iPhone version of Pixelmator™?

  9. Andrius (Pixelmator Team)

    Tim, you can use the Eye Dropper Tool when painting with one of the brushes by touching and holding a color in your image. Or you can also use it from the Color Picker, and there’s more information about this in the relevant section of our Pixelmator for iOS User Guide right here:

    http://www.pixelmator.com/ios/user-guide/paint.php#part-4

  10. nicie91

    Is this option has on free trial too ?? I am trying to find but I can’t…

    Appreciate if someone could help with this

    thanks

  11. Andrius (Pixelmator Team)

    It does indeed, but it was moved to the bottom right corner of the Tools palette in one of the later versions of Pixelmator. If it’s not there, you can also add it by going to Pixelmator > Preferences > Tools and then dragging the Eyedropper to your Tools palette.

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