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    Help! I turned my background PINK!

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    So I was using the pen tool and my color was set to this bubblegum pink. Somehow I clicked something, don't know what, but it turned the image frame from gray to pink! I have no idea how to turn it back, I tried looking for anything, but couldn't find out how to change the color...I'm not sure what it's called, it's the part that frames your image when you expand it. It's so distracting and just the most horrible color it could possibly be......

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    shift-click on the frame with the paint bucket tool, with the colour of your choice.

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    Maybe you engaged quick mask mode? You can turn it off by pushing button on toolbar just below color squares. It looks like circle in the box.

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