Eyedropper does not work on second monitor
On Windows 10, the eyedropper does not work on the second monitor. It does pick a color, but it seems to be from a different position of the screen, not where the cursor is. If I use Premiere Pro on the main monitor of the laptop, it does work.
Kyle Nazarchuk commented
I was working on my monitor, when I was trying to use the eyedropper to get a specific color, it would only capture a gray scale color, usually only black and a mid-range gray. If I shift to my main display, it does capture colors correctly. I recently updated Premiere to the latest version, and didn't have this problem prior to the update
John Pooley commented
This is ID 251 on my spreadsheet.
Go there, and you'll find that I have a decent workaround, as explained in this forum thread: