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Old 03-11-2013, 11:16 AM   #1
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Guys,

Need some help as this is frustrating the hell out of me.

I opened up Photoshop CS5 today just like any other day and for some reason the colour selection tool will not work.

Every time I try and press the colour selector I get redirected to the colour sample tool.
I really can't work out what's gone wrong?
It worked fine yesterday and today it has just stopped working?

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Hiya ssc456

You can change these display modes in the General pane of the Preferences dialog box.
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Hi,

I've had a play about with all of the preferences and I can't seem to get it to work.

It does work if I change the display mode to Windows, but then you get a pallet of colours than looks like it's from MS Paint blugh, so I switched it back to Adobe and it's going back to it's colour sampler tool.

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CS5 can be a little quirky ... do make sure you have all updates
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OK now I feel stupid . . . .

I was remotely connecting through logmein, turns out the colour picker was opening on my second monitor which I can't see without switching it over manually on Logmein .. . . . .

my bad!

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