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    Sorry, found out that pressing "I" activated the eyedropper (tool icon worked too), then "shift" allowed to take the colour of this particular point without capturing the whole "colour fill" property.
    It was'nt very intuitive imho, but fair enough.

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    Manuel Campagnoli commented  · 

    While creating a gradient, is impossible to assign one of the colours of the gradient using the eyedropper.

    In Photoshop CC and Animate CC is possible to do it just pressing ALT (turns cursor in eyedropper)

    I found some other frustrated users who posted similar problems
    https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/68903/illustrator-cc-gradient-tool-how-to-take-color-from-the-image

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