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Find and Replace Color in Publisher

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Hi all.  Long time InDesign user looking to switch to Affinity Publisher if possible.

I have a pack of printables that needs to be exported in nine different colors.  Due to the ongoing nature of this project and the fact that it's constantly being expanded and modified, I would like to keep all of the work in one file and just run a Find and Replace on the colors as I can in InDesign.  Does this feature exist yet and if so, where?

Thanks in advance.

 

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No, there is no such feature available yet. Managing colour still needs some (massive) work here. ATM colours can even be deleted from palette without any warning or replacement option.

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Global colours are all you have for now, but you have to remember to create (and use) them at the start of the project


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1 hour ago, carl123 said:

Global colours are all you have for now, but you have to remember to create (and use) them at the start of the project

So I'd have to create a global color swatch and then adjust that swatch manually when I need to change colors for an export, is that correct?

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Sounds about right.  I have not used global colours too much before.

But now working on some different "templates" where changing the base colour has been made a lot easier by using a global colour at the start of the project. 

So far, so good.


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