This is a C2 image editor problem so I'm guessing you guys probably won't be able to fix it ): still, I wanted to make a bug report just in case..
What happens is that if you have an indexed-color image opened up in Photoshop or any other image-edition tool and try to copy/paste it onto C2's image editor, it won't work.
Here's a picture to illustrate:
In the left I have the image opened up in photoshop. I went to Image -> Mode -> Indexed Color, then I tried to copy/paste it onto mspaint. As you can see, it works perfectly. Then I tried doing the same in C2's image editor and that is what happened. Of course, there are numerous workarounds like exporting the image to png first, pasting it onto mspaint and then copying/pasting it again to C2, etc. I really wish I could just copy/paste it directly into C2 though. ):
I really needed this to work so I could control the colors I'm using more easly when drawing in these other tools. Indexed-colors means that every color that I use is pre-estabilished in a color palete, so I wouldn't accidentally use similar colors by mistake and could have better control over my palete.
Steps to Reproduce Bug
- Open Photoshop or any other image tool that lets you change the image mode to indexed color
- Copy image in aplication
- Paste it to C2's image editor
Image gets completely broken
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