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What about divide the border and main object color to be able disable both these colors without focus on them? If i want to disable border color and main color is focused, i have to swtich them as first and disable them. Problem is there is a lot of useless clicks when creating an UI and trying some object with or without color etc.

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If it's easier, there is an arrow indicator in the Colours tab that will swap the stroke and fill. That way, you won't have to reselect the colors.


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What about divide the border and main object color to be able disable both these colors without focus on them? If i want to disable border color and main color is focused, i have to swtich them as first and disable them. Problem is there is a lot of useless clicks when creating an UI and trying some object with or without color etc.

 

 

At first blush I'd say yes... But if you do this, you'd loose the other function this ux pattern delivers: a foreground/background colour representation.

Also I think you need one more button to swap fill/stroke or F/B.

 

I'll try to raise a bit...

What I'd love to see in the future is a Properties Studio, where you can recap all the parameters of the selected objects, listed, so you can do this type of manipulations even faster, and also manage multiple fills/strokes/effects


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I like to use the x key to swap focus, Shift X to swap stroke/fill or foreground/background colors, and the / key to set the color to none. It's a great Adobe keyboard shortcut workflow and worth a try if you haven't incorporated it...


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I'll try to raise a bit...

What I'd love to see in the future is a Properties Studio, where you can recap all the parameters of the selected objects, listed, so you can do this type of manipulations even faster, and also manage multiple fills/strokes/effects

 

You should make a new topic on that. That is a really good idea. Maybe even have a property picker tool available in just that studio.


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