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In Photoshop I need only hit the "D" key to switch the Foreground Color to BLACK and the Background Color to WHITE (in the color picker/palette, I mean). I see that when I open a new document in Affinity Photo, it uses the same BLACK and WHITE colors by default too. (In Affinity Photo, I am talking about the 2 round overlapping color circles at the top left corner of the "Color" tab.) But when I change those colors and then press the "D" key, nothing happens. How do I revert them back to the default BLACK and WHITE? And can I assign a keyboard shortcut to accomplish that? Thanks.
When AP opens a new document the colours always default to White Foreground & Black Background. In the keyboard shortcuts is the possibility to set Fill & Outline to black and white but this is not the same thing as Foreground or Background. When the keyboard shortcut is invoked the top circle in the colour selector is always set to white regardless of whether it is foreground or background. You will always get black and white foreground and background but which is which is a lottery dependent entirely upon the relative foreground background status of the colour circles in the colour selector at the time the shortcut is invoked. So my question is can anybody think of a cunning wheeze or workaround to use the keyboard to set Foreground and Background to Black and White in a consistent manner such that one is always black and the other is always white? It's got me stumped .........