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This video shows how to create a swatch to change the colour of an element on your website.
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About this video
This video assumes you are already logged into the Sketchanet editor. If you don't know how to do this, you can find out how here.
Select a cell or section and click on the 'Cell Graphics' or 'Section Graphics' tabs respectively. In the Background colour & borders section (the first option) either:
To create a new swatch, click the plus sign to create a new swatch. Give the swatch a name initially. To select a colour, untick the 'no colour' box and click on the default black colour square. This opens up the colour picker. Select a colour using the cursor or insert a Hex colour value if you have one. You then have the option to save the colour for use again. Click ok, then alter the colour opacity if you require. Then click save.
To apply an existing swatch, hit the dropdown of the swatches preview and select a swatch from the list.
To edit an existing swatch simply select the swatch in the dropdown, then hit the 'EDIT' button.