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Repaint Multiple Strokes at once

The Group Repaint Color Picker allows you to select multiple strokes of the same tone and change their color simultaneously. It comes handy when you work on patterns or multiple objects of the same color. 

To select multiple strokes click the Group Repaint Color Picker icon (T) and click one of the strokes. When the strokes get highlighted, select a color from the Color Picker, Libraries or History.

When you hover the pipette over the selected stroke, the minus (-) sign appears, meaning you can now click to deselect the mask underneath. When you hover the pipette over the deselected stroke, the plus sign indicates when you can add it back to the selected strokes.  

 

Pro version users: We recommend  enabling Instant Preview mode when repainting strokes.

How to

Repaint multiple strokes

If you’re not happy with the color of an object that was colorized with a number of strokes, you can change it without much hassle using the Group Repaint Pipette.

The Group Repaint Pipette tool allows you to select multiple strokes of the same tone and change their color all at once.

This tool comes extremely handy, when you work on patterns or multiple objects of the same color. 

How to use Group Repaint Pipette

The Group Repaint Pipette is located on the Tools toolbar below Pens.

To select the stroke:

Click the Group Repaint Pipette icon  or press (T). Next click one of the strokes and pick a new color.

Select a color using the Color Picker window or a color library and check the result. Alternatively use the Color Capture tool.

Enable the Instant Preview mode for the object you are going to repaint to see the result in real time!

How to deselect strokes

You may as well deselect one or a few strokes, in case you want to retain their color.

When you hover the pipette over the selected stroke, the minus (-) sign appears, meaning that you can now deselect this stroke with a click.