Keyboard shortcut for Border eyedropper
While an object is selected (Select arrow tool), I would like to press the "F - key" on the keyboard, to enable (temporarily the eyedropper and grab the color from artboard. The same would work for grabbing the border colour with lets say "B - key".
In other words: when we press the F or B key on the keyboard - cursor changes (until key is released) from Arrow to Eyedropper.
I’m editing this to strictly be about border eyedropper, as we just shipped the fill eyedropper (i).
Leonardo Luz commented
Alt-i for border
Actually, all Adobe would need to do, is add "Fill eyedropper", "Border Eyedropper", "Remove Fill", and "Remove Border", to their menu, and now you can go to Mac OS's system preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > And set your own shortcuts.
Easy to implement for Adobe, and it gives us users the power to set our own shortcuts.
Chris Hampshire commented
So with the addition of the ink tool (press i on keyboard) you can quickly fill in certain shapes.
It would be cool to keep that as left click when active but when right clicking a colour when the inkdrop is active it fills in the border.