Is it possible to place more than one color in a single line of text?
e.g. Three words in black and one in red? (all drawn in one line).
Hi Kent, thanks for your question.
This is not directly possible.
You can add filters to combine colours to text.
The only way to specifically give each individual letter a colour would be to add text one letter at a time.
You can add one letter, set it up the way you want, then copy and paste it to keep those properties. Then you will only need to position it where you want and change the colour.
I have attached a scribe to demonstrate an effect you can get using the filter.
P.S. I will change this question to an idea a feature request.
My colleagues and I would really benefit from this function. It's such a pain having to put in a letter at a time in different colours. Cheers
this would be a very useful feature.
Any progress on this? As well as different colours, being able to have different size text is required too.
I mean, it would saves us users lots of time!
No update on this one yet. You would need to create the changes as a new text element and then place them to look like one sentence on the canvas. I have attached an example of how this is done and a link to the output as well.
Thanks for the tutorial. Still hope this feature gets added, it will save me about 75% of the time to create my scribes if this can be done via one element, vs. several!
Appreciate the response.