I am currently working on a model using SketchUp Pro 2015 on MAC. I am using a lot colors in my model that have similar tones. In the past, if I was confused about a similar looking color, I would use the eyedropper tool on the painted color and in the material box, a grey bold square would highlight the used color. I have noticed lately that when I used this eyedropper ID method, it will only highlight certain materials and colors but all of them. For example, I have a lot of teals and blues I have specifically labeled with the exact paint name. When I use the eyedropper tool to identify, it will bring me to the correct row in the materials window but will not highlight the box with a grey bold square. Don’t know why it works on some colors/materials and not all of them.
I used to really rely on the eyedropper tool to help me identify the right color but now it’s not working as well. Has anyone else ran into this? Any suggestions. Thanks so much.