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  1. Hello again folks! I'm trying to figure out what's going on with the Color Replacement Brush Tool … I thought it might be a suitable replacement for the "Lock Transparent Pixels" option on Photoshop's Layers palette, which I can't seem to find a direct equivalent for in Affinity Photo. Weird thing is, when I try to replace one color with another … it always seems to produce a lighter or impure version of the color instead of the one I have picked that I'm trying to replace with. (See attached screen capture.) It's almost like it's doing some kind of multiply/screen/etc. kind of adjustment to the color. (It seems the lighter the color it's replacing, the lighter the replacement color is.) Any suggestions here? Am I not understanding the purpose of this tool? Is there a setting or option for the tool that my weak eyes are missing? Is there some other/better way to do the transparent pixel lock thing from Photoshop? Also, I'm not sure what those little white artifacts are, next to the red arrowhead and under the pink exclamation point. Thanks y'all!
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