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(Affinity Photo) Restore the active selector to the default (black / white)

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(Affinity Photo) Restore the active selector to the default (black / white).

Dear, studying the AP shortcut keys, I found that the 'X' shortcut key toggles between the primary and secondary colors set in the active selector. It turns out that during the editing of the images the black and white colors are very used for masks and the like. Is there a shortcut key that makes the active selector go straight to the black and white colors?

In Gimp, the behavior is similar. The 'X' shortcut key does change between colors, but there is also the 'D' shortcut key that makes the active selector go to its default, black and white.

 

Thank you all.

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EDIT

PREFERENCES

SHORT CUT KEYS

FILE dropdown list

At the bottom select MISCELLANEOUS

SELECT FILL TO BLACK & WHITE

Choose short cut key (usually D)

Hey Presto, you can now use D to revert to B & W.


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