Being able to change the colors of your elements is a must when it comes to customizing your yearbook. This is what this article is all about.
Click on an element to select it and reveal its edit menu bar. You'll be able to see all the colors of your element (represented by a coloured square).
In the example below, we have selected an element with 4 colors. Each color is accessible and customizable via the menu bar. You'll just have to double click on each color to reveal an editable color palette.
You'll be able to:
- Use default colors (the original colors of the Fusion element)
- Reuse the colors you already used in your template
- Copy and reuse color codes (more info below)
- Use your own color codes
Use color codes
For this example, we wanted to get and reuse the colour code of the yellow shade.
- Double-click on the color you want to change.
- Click the add colour button (which looks like a plus sign) to open the colour wheel.
- Check out the box marked color code #.
- To copy it for later use, click on the box to highlight the colour code, then copy it by pressing CTRL and C.
To use this code in another element, you can repeat the same process.
- Select an element, click the colour button, then the add new colour button.
- Once the colour wheel is open, click the box next to the text color code #.
- This time, instead of copying the current colour code, replace it with a new code.
You can either paste in a colour code, or simply type in the colour code you want.
For this example, we replaced the magenta shade with the yellow that was copied from the previous step.
You can apply the same process for all the types of elements available in Fusion: backgrounds, text, grids, shapes, frames, borders and so on.