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How to set any color as the highlight color in After Effects?

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Nov 22, 2023 Nov 22, 2023

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According to the tutorials on the internet there is an option to adjust the highlight color in After Effects. It can be done via the console:

 

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After enabling the  "Enable_Theme_Colorizing" checkbox a button with a color picker should appear in the settings:

 

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But for some reason on my computer there is only a limited list of 8 colors instead of that color picker: 

Screen Shot 2023-11-22 at 19.22.24.png

To tell the truth I don't like eithe of them. I'd like to have a color picker to choose a color of my own.

Does anybody experienced the same issue on their computer?

Is there any way to get that colo picker instead of the list? I would appreciate any advice. 

 

 

 

 

macOS 12.7

After Effects v24.0.3

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Contributor , Nov 28, 2023 Nov 28, 2023

In version 24.0.3, the color picker has been brought back, and the list of colors is no longer present. Therefore, the issue has been resolved.

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In version 24.0.3, the color picker has been brought back, and the list of colors is no longer present. Therefore, the issue has been resolved.

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