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  1. See attached Publisher document. 1) Select the gray transparent rectangle (it has K100 applied, and layer opacity of 55%). 2) Select the Color Picker tool from the toolbox. 3) Click on the selected gray rectangle. Its color assingment changed to K55, while transparency setting is retained as 55%, accordingly the vsiual outlook of the object being changed. Can this be intended behavior? The feature picks now the color of a transparent object against the background (at the point where color picker is clicked), which in this case is K55, as the layer transparency of 55% combined with the fill color K100 produces K55, but then applies the color to the object itself without removing its transparency. If this feature is intended to mimick the Eye Dropper tool of InDesign, it does not behave like this. It applies the selected object e.g. the color assignment of the fill, AND if the object has an opacity setting, it will be copied as an opacity attribute to the selected object, as well. eyedropper.afpub
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