The Color Bar in TruCUT RDWorks is very similar to other software, but way simpler to use.
Some of you might remember this tool as the Layers Panel or Layer Bar, as it was called in the earlier version.
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like guys in this video with truth that already works, we're gonna be looking at the colour bar and also known or previously known as the Layers Bar. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Yes, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. You'll see here that we make short and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates otherwise back in the programme here. Now, when it comes to the colour bar, this is a rather simple process to use. Um, if you've ever used any type of vector programme, you will understand this. There is, however, a few key differences. Number one, you cannot right click and change colours, um, or right click for extra menus. And also, if you keep control and it will do the same as just left clicking away control or using a modifier Key world clicking normally changes the outline colour. Another thing is, in truth, that already works you only changing the outline. So even the film is actually the outlines so only have basically one colour where other programmes tend to have full colour and outline colour Now on a side note. If you do not see this bar, let's say it is not available. You can always go to your top main menu. You'll never get your view, and then we want to navigate down to always see the colour bar click. This should bring it back now to change colours rather simple. You just make sure you have your object selected that you want to change the colour of click the new colour, and then it will change it. Now if you had to import graphics with, uh, already colours like he's got unique colours that's not here on RGB type colours. It will not added to this bar, but only to your work layers. You're on the right, so I'm not going to import anything new. But I'll show you if I change the colour here. How it adds it there. If I go green, you'll see. Now it's at a green there to our layers or work panels lights, so there's something to keep in mind. So if you've imported something with colour is not in here, you won't see it here, but you will be able to see it. So, yeah, and it's a rather simple tool. Will mostly be using this, I would say for not the actual colour sake as it is as a a visual library for you. So, you know, for you to get all my blue is this and all my read Is that something in that line rather than cutting blue lines or cutting because obviously it's a laser cutter to this helpful designing to keep your appearance of what is what? Otherwise, yeah, that is it on the colour bar. If we had to head year to softwaretraining.co.za hat's the end of the day. You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and also you can't isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the video looking for You can always just go here to request a training video, fill in the uniform, and then we'll make that video for you. But otherwise, thanks guys for watching and cheers