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Old October 8th, 2008 Oct 8, 2008 6:45:39 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Grouping objects loses color

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When I grouped some objects (3 of them) I lost all fill and outline color.
It looks like a wireframe view execpt the outline is like a purple color and that wasn't even a color in the design.

Swear Corel translates to drink heavly in latin.

Probably some other tool I was messing with to see what effect it would have but I cant seem to Ctrl-Z back to were grouping doesn't lose the coloring.

What causes this albino state ?

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Hello
When I grouped some objects (3 of them) I lost all fill and outline color.
It looks like a wireframe view execpt the outline is like a purple color and that wasn't even a color in the design.

Swear Corel translates to drink heavly in latin.

Probably some other tool I was messing with to see what effect it would have but I cant seem to Ctrl-Z back to were grouping doesn't lose the coloring.

What causes this albino state ?

Thanks
Mark "Getting high blood pressure"

I realize this was posted 2 1/2 years ago...what are the chances that the person who wrote it is still receiving notification on it?

Did you find a solution to this problem? I'm using x4 and just incurred the same thing.

Doug
 
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Default Re: Grouping objects loses color

you did it while you had the desktop master layer selected... so you moved all your obects to that layer. Move them back to the layer in you page (not the desktop layer) and they will behave normally.

I always work with object manager open... and recommend you do too!
 
 
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Default Re: Grouping objects loses color

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you did it while you had the desktop master layer selected... so you moved all your obects to that layer. Move them back to the layer in you page (not the desktop layer) and they will behave normally.

I always work with object manager open... and recommend you do too!

Thanks...I got it fixed but I'm not sure exactly what was going on. The items were on their proper layer. I moved them off their layer and back on and it cleared things up.

Thanks again though.

Doug
 
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Default Re: Grouping objects loses color

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you did it while you had the desktop master layer selected... so you moved all your obects to that layer. Move them back to the layer in you page (not the desktop layer) and they will behave normally.

I always work with object manager open... and recommend you do too!
Amen! There is no way under the sun to work in Corel and know whats going on without the Object Manager. Most important docker in there IMHO. I have seen people try and use it without even knowing that OM existed and just had all kinds of issues from just a lack of understanding of the program stemming from that.
 






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