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How to invisible yellow colour in the document using Illustrator SDK 2023 using c++ ?

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Mar 13, 2023 Mar 13, 2023

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Hi all,
I want to invisible CMYK yellow colour in the document using Illustrator SDK 2023 using c++

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Hi,

Can you share a bit more details of the file you have created and the goal you want to achieve?

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Hi Eric Dumas,

I want to disable/hide all the elements which are in yellow colour in the entire document.

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Megha,

 

As I (mis)understand it, you wish to hide parts (whether strokes or fills) that have the colour CMYK 0/0/100/0 (also works for any othe specific (yellow) colour).

 

In such cases you can, for (multiple) instances of solid colours in fills and strokes:

 

1) Use the DirectSelection Tool and hold Alt or Option and click one of the elements with the yellow fill,

2) Select>Same>Fill Color (in the Select dropdown) to have them all selected, then switch from Color to None in the Toolbox;

 

3) Repeat 1) and 2), only for stroke/Stroke Color.

 

You can select gradients individually and switch from Color to None in the Toolbox.

 

 

Edit: Sorry, just spotted and saw the screenshots, then amended for a crude gradient solution..

 

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