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How to delete colour theme swatch

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May 19, 2020

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Apologies for the basic nature of the question. When I select the theme eyedropper tool and select a colour theme, the swatch remains floating in the centre of every one of the 48 pages I am working on - there doesn't seem to be an 'off' or delete function - Even if I close and safe the document and reopen, the swatch remains in place.  I would be grateful for some advice.  

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Changing the tool from theme eyedropper to anything else should remove the swatch panel. See the screengrab below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zalyjaypdvddwc6/screen%20recording%202020-05-19%20at%209.14.28%20pm.mov?dl=0

 

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How to delete colour theme swatch

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Apologies for the basic nature of the question. When I select the theme eyedropper tool and select a colour theme, the swatch remains floating in the centre of every one of the 48 pages I am working on - there doesn't seem to be an 'off' or delete function - Even if I close and safe the document and reopen, the swatch remains in place.  I would be grateful for some advice.  

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Changing the tool from theme eyedropper to anything else should remove the swatch panel. See the screengrab below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zalyjaypdvddwc6/screen%20recording%202020-05-19%20at%209.14.28%20pm.mov?dl=0

 

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Changing the tool from theme eyedropper to anything else should remove the swatch panel. See the screengrab below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zalyjaypdvddwc6/screen%20recording%202020-05-19%20at%209.14.28%20pm.mov?dl...

 

-Manan

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Hi Manan

Thank you for taking the trouble to send the recording - unfortunately
that doesn't work for me.  When I use the basic eyedropper tool, I can
dismiss it in the way you suggest but it doesn't work with the theme
tool.  It makes no difference.

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It should work the way Manan describes. It does for me.

 

If it happens in more than one file, try restoring your InDesign preferences:

 

https://www.rockymountaintraining.com/adobe-indesign-rebuilding-preferences-cache/

 

If it only happens in one file, the file could be corrupted. Try saving as IDML and reopening (File > Save As > CS4 or later [IDML]) to remove corruption.

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