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  1. #1

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    Default Get rid of colours?

    Hey there,

    I (like others) have used the drag and drop pallete feature on the colour dialog where I can store unique colours I want to use in the features.

    The question is, how the F*CK do I get rid of the little shits? I have a grossly accumulating collection that I am dreading and getting confused in.

    TIA,
    Ricky.
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    just paste over them with white

  3. #3

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    Yes, fiark is right.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mac Help
    At the bottom of the panel is a table where you can keep swatches of your favorite colors. These swatches remain available for convenient use in any application that uses the Colors panel.

    To add a color to the table, drag a swatch from the color bar at the top of the window to a table cell. To remove a color from the table, you can drag an empty (white) cell onto a colored cell, which “erases” the color. You can expand the table by dragging the bottom of the Colors panel.

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    Thanks guys!
    It's one thing to nod, it's another to know.

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