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  1. I'm new to Affinity Designer for iPad. I'm trying to use the color picker in color studio but when I click and hover over a color on the page, using the apple pencil, it doesn't pick the color. But when I use my finger it does what it's suppose to. Also if I use the apple pencil and hover over a color then tap my finger on the screen at the same time it will pick the color, but I doubt that's how it's suppose to work. I'm using the iPad Pro (12.9 inch, 2015).
  2. Is there a specific way to use the colour picker tool , I can’t get it to work. . . I have the idea that like in other software you would touch eye dropper and then hover/touch the colour on the screen. Please advice , cheers
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