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That has to be easy to implement.
Top 10 things NOT to tell a developer if you want your feature request taken seriously....
(kind of like telling a mother that giving birth couldn't be that bad.)
If you are using the same colors a lot, you should save them as swatches.
Anyway, this does sound like a good idea - especially when you don't know you'll be reusing a color.
How many colors do you think you'd need in the history? (too few may not be useful, too many becomes difficult to see, search and manage)
Where would you expect to find the history of colors used? (we don't like adding random palettes, but can't realistically put a list everywhere that you pick colors)
Hi there Chris
Thanks for your respond!
Sorry for the "easy to implement" part, but I was considering the excellent skills of the adobe team
Well I know that I can save color swatches, but in a hurried retouching work, it happens all the time, to need that shade of hair-color, that I cloned with just five minutes ago...
I think this feature could be implemented graciously with some kind of float-out window, when you hold the mouse button over the "foreground color" thingy... or the last used colors may appear in the color picker window. But how many? 10-20 seems alright. But that may be selected in preferences.
Yes, this is exactly how I imagined it with a float-out