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Merge local colors with linked

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Aug 03, 2020

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As in subject. I've linked new design system file, that contains same colors as used locally.

Is there any option to merge them so everything would be controlled by linked color only?

 

If I re-assign color (replace in fact) with linked one manually, it works fine...but, I have dozens of elements in groups, components, etc...re-assigning them manually would take forever 😞

 

Any ideas?

 

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Adobe XD: 31.1.12.13

Hi,

Thank you for reaching out. In addition to Harshika, it would be helpful if you provide the workflow.  But,I am afraid there is no possible way except doing manually, when it comes to linked color and linked character style. Instead you can select the artboard and add all colors which has been used in artboard to asset panel. So you can operate the respective colors from asset panel. But if you still want to work with linked colors, then you need to go for manual set. 

Please revert back for any doubts or issue you want to clarify. 

 

Regards,

Anita Subedi

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Merge local colors with linked

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As in subject. I've linked new design system file, that contains same colors as used locally.

Is there any option to merge them so everything would be controlled by linked color only?

 

If I re-assign color (replace in fact) with linked one manually, it works fine...but, I have dozens of elements in groups, components, etc...re-assigning them manually would take forever 😞

 

Any ideas?

 

Win 10 Pro

Adobe XD: 31.1.12.13

Hi,

Thank you for reaching out. In addition to Harshika, it would be helpful if you provide the workflow.  But,I am afraid there is no possible way except doing manually, when it comes to linked color and linked character style. Instead you can select the artboard and add all colors which has been used in artboard to asset panel. So you can operate the respective colors from asset panel. But if you still want to work with linked colors, then you need to go for manual set. 

Please revert back for any doubts or issue you want to clarify. 

 

Regards,

Anita Subedi

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Aug 05, 2020

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Hi there,

 

We are sorry for the delay in response. Would you mind sharing the screenshot or a video of your workflow for better understanding? 

 

We will try our best to help.

 

Thanks,

Harshika

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Aug 06, 2020

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Hi,

Thank you for reaching out. In addition to Harshika, it would be helpful if you provide the workflow.  But,I am afraid there is no possible way except doing manually, when it comes to linked color and linked character style. Instead you can select the artboard and add all colors which has been used in artboard to asset panel. So you can operate the respective colors from asset panel. But if you still want to work with linked colors, then you need to go for manual set. 

Please revert back for any doubts or issue you want to clarify. 

 

Regards,

Anita Subedi

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Aug 06, 2020

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Well, it's hard to say that found an answer as satisfying, but a knowledge that it's impossible is also an answer 🙂

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