@paulkim THANK YOU! Everyone was so quick to make fun of that guy for something that is an actual issue, and the fix is nearly impossible to figure out.|
So to make it very clear for everyone, here is the easiest way to do it.
1. At the top of photoshop, go to "Window" and make sure "Color" is checked. F6 also opens this window in my version (American cs5).
2. In the resulting window, you will see your two active color swatches, the primary and the secondary. Odds are you have the secondary one checked, it will have a black square around it. Left-click on the primary one to correct it.
3. Enjoy your fix!
#9351623, By thunderpanda Photoshop eyedropper help
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