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How I can get fast info from object for CSS?

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cjclip if you double click on the color circles (fill or stroke) the Color Chooser will open and it contains the hex code for the color along with a lot of other conversion info.  Will this help?


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cjclip if you double click on the color circles (fill or stroke) the Color Chooser will open and it contains the hex code for the color along with a lot of other conversion info.  Will this help?

This method do not show gradient color. 

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This method do not show gradient color. 

I found a way to do it. You need to select RGB Hex Sliders option to get your color in HEX format. Yes, it's a pain to click through all of this. Maybe devs can come up with a better way.

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I found a way to do it. You need to select RGB Hex Sliders option to get your color in HEX format. Yes, it's a pain to click through all of this. Maybe devs can come up with a better way.

yes, i know about this. But is not fast way.

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This method do not show gradient color. 

That is because a gradient isn't just one color (or for that matter necessarily just one opacity). To fully specify a gradient in Affinity, for starters you need consider the gradient type (linear, radial, etc.), & then the color & alpha values for each color stop, & the midpoint between each stop.


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Hi cjclip,

There's no way to get object's CSS code in Affinity Designer.

I think, he meant the faster way to get values for CSS, not getting the generated CSS. 

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