Not sure how to word this but previous versions of CorelDraw would have a docker below the working document that would add a color swatch for each used in the design, if i changed a color it added it below in this docker, this way you don't have to go and search each time in the side color pallets, does anyone know if this is still a option on 2018? If so how do I add it back to the system? Thank you
The document palette is still present on CorelDRAW. if it was closed you can open it (Windows menu/color palettes/document palette) and on the palette menu you have the choice for automatically add colors or not
Fantastic, I assumed it was a simple fix, I appreciate your response. Have a great day!
How do I add a color to the docker on the side of my screen?
Some palettes are locked but other not. For example, you can't add a color to the "default palette" bu you will have a CMYK Palette and RGB palette with the same colors. As you will notie, one has the Color eyedropper disables while the ther allows you to add colors from document You can add a color to this palettes by dragging an object, for example or using the eyedropper tool