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Copy gradient to curves Affinity Designer

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You can save them as swatches in a colour palette, for easy re-use.

  1. select the curve in the layer stack
  2. important: the gradient tools must not be active. Use e.g. move tool
  3. activate the swatches panel, and the palette where you want to add (maybe create a new one)
  4. In the swatches panel, click the symbol "add current fill to palette"

To apply a gradient from a swatch:

  1. select the layer (curve)
  2. in the swatch panel, click one the symbol showing the gradient
  3. you may need to move the origin of the gradient, or adjust size with the gradient tool.

Alternatively, you can create styles, and apply them by 1 click to any curve.

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