Fill an Image Area with Color - SmartSketch - Help

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  1. Select the image that you want to modify.

  2. Select an area of the image using the Rectangular Select Area and Polygonal Select Area commands on the Image Integrator toolbar. By default, the entire image is selected.

  3. On the Image Integrator toolbar, click Fill .

  4. In the Fill dialog box, click Edit to select the color that you want to use to fill the image area. 

  5. Under Opacity, drag the slider to define the level of transparency you want for the fill color.

    As you drag the slider, the opacity value in the Value box changes.

  6. To fill the selected area with the selected color, click OK.

  • Opacity defines the degree of transparency of the fill color. For example, 100% opacity is a solid fill. Anything other than 100% contains some level of transparency; for example, 95% opacity is 5% transparent.

  • You can also define the opacity for the fill by typing the percentage in the Value box.

To use this functionality, you must install the Image Integrator option.

See Also

Fill Command