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Change image colors of standard screen layout (RoboHelp 2015)

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Sep 20, 2017

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Is there a quicker way to change the standard colors of the azure blue or charcoal responsive layout images, without manually editing their color pallete in PhotoShop? I want to replace the standard blue with a corporate approved red.

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I had this issue a few years back. Fortunately we had a PhotoShop expert in the company and he created a macro that to the best of my knowledge applied a mask or somehow did what you want. I then just ran that against the images and the whole folder of images was changed in a matter of minutes.

Sorry but no easier way that I know of.


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Change image colors of standard screen layout (RoboHelp 2015)

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Is there a quicker way to change the standard colors of the azure blue or charcoal responsive layout images, without manually editing their color pallete in PhotoShop? I want to replace the standard blue with a corporate approved red.

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Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

I had this issue a few years back. Fortunately we had a PhotoShop expert in the company and he created a macro that to the best of my knowledge applied a mask or somehow did what you want. I then just ran that against the images and the whole folder of images was changed in a matter of minutes.

Sorry but no easier way that I know of.


See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information

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I had this issue a few years back. Fortunately we had a PhotoShop expert in the company and he created a macro that to the best of my knowledge applied a mask or somehow did what you want. I then just ran that against the images and the whole folder of images was changed in a matter of minutes.

Sorry but no easier way that I know of.


See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information

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Ah, thats what I figured. Thanks for the information though!

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