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Remap Gradient Colors Like Recolor Artwork in Illustrator


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Is there a way to remap colors like the recolor artwork feature in illustrator screenshots attached? I have tons of shapes, some with a gradient stroke, some with a gradient fill. I'd like to be able to remap the gradient colors such that I can select an entire column and push all the colors a bit warmer, select the next column and make them even warmer and so on, creating a cool to warm shift with all the individual shapes. 

I just couldn't seem to find a way to remap color in Affinity designer. I thought I might go by row, and just change the colors manually for each set of shapes then duplicate transform them to create the columns but time wouldn't allow for that. I went ahead and did it in Illustrator but in the future It would be good to know if it's possible to do the same in Affinity. 

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Hi,

It seems this feature is currently absent in AD.

There are alternative workflows available, please check yourself if this could suit your needs:

- using global colors

- using "flood select tool" and HSL / recolor adjustment

- select same color

a forum search will show this older feature request.

You should add your vote, this might increase the chance to be finally get implemented by Affinity.

 

 

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You could try using the HSL adjustment layer with a mask for each "set of shapes".

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Affinity Designer 2.0.4 | Affinity Photo 2.0.4 | Affinity Publisher 2.0.4 | Beta versions as they appear.

I have never mastered color management, period, so I cannot help with that.

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