SAi FlexiSTARTER the Fill Tab for the (FSE) (Part 1) Fill and Stroke Editor Mini-Series

flexistarter fill editor tab

Adding or removing fill colors for shapes and objects, when you use the Fill/Stroke Editor it will give you the most options.

There is a few different options that can be found under fill tab, but what do they do and mean?

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers the Stroke Tab.

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Video Transcript

Hi there, guys. In today's video flexi Starter, we're gonna be looking at using the full and stroke editor. And first of all, how to use the full text. But before that, let's have a quick intro offers. So today's video can be found a softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here now, it's gonna be a rather short mini serious on using the full and Strug panel, which is this penalty on the right. It's maybe, uh, 23 part video, many serious. So, yeah, we didn't have that much to cover, but anyway, so today we're gonna be looking at the full tab. But first of all, how to locate your full and strong editor in case it is closed. What you can do is a few ways we can go about it. First of all, you can go on your standard tool for a year, then you navigate next to the undo and redo. There will be a little button. They're called full and stroke editor. If we click that, it will bring us uh, fill and stroke another way we can do this. We go to our view under our main menu on top. Yeah, And we navigate down until we find full and stroke. And as we can see, the shortcut key for that is I So if you press I here, we can simply hide it and bring it back. Now, obviously, the first time, uh, panel here is the full. We've got stroke, and then we've got transparency. So now when we're on the full and struck editor, if we've got nothing selected, we'll be changing the default here at the bottom for new shapes. And when you change the colour so forth. But if you have an object selected, then all these programmes will be affecting this object. So just keep in mind. With nothing selected, you'll be seeing the default how it will behave when you make a new object. And if you have something selected how that object is, uh, affected now from its options. The first option we have here is the full type. So in flexi started, we only have no fall and solid. Keep something in mind If you don't have a stroke, enable then if we go no fall, you're in essence will be having a transparent shape, which can become a bit of a mess when you only want to cut or so forth because it's still reading it as a shape. It's just you don't see it, so unless you click on the part of the edge, it will not be selected. Obviously, if we have something on like a Oh, I mean, it's really a stroke up the scale here, then the transparent full doesn't really It's not bad. Notable. Just hide that again. Mm. So now So that is the first option we have here. We've got to fill. Then next up, we've got the colour. As you can see, it actually tells you the name hopped up here. And if we click, this little arrow will show us over colours currently and active. So we've got to switch tables open, and it's got all those colours located here, so you can now choose from and see their names. Then, before we get to Wireframe, let's say you wanna have a custom colour, then you can always click you in advance. Then, like you can, uh, as you can see here. That was our colour specs, which is that little magnifying glass with that and paint drop. And now you can make more advanced changes to colours, which is a rather handy little too. You can also do. You can go wire frame, and then you can kind of see your shape in a wire frame mode. So it's just sometimes nice for editing. If you don't wanna be too distracted by colours, you can, for instance, just select that. Okay, you select one at a time. I've got a wire frame. Why? Afraid? As you can see, the now you can nicely see. We can see the direction and so forth. Disabled us too. Yeah, and then that is the basics on the full and stroke. It's a rather simple one. So next up, we'll be looking at the actual stroke itself. Mm. Otherwise, we head here to softwaretraining.co.za will see you guys want that. We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And also you can isolate your search on top of right. If you, however, do not find what you're looking for, you can we just get a request, a training video and then we will make that video for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and choose

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