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  • Astrid Hanenkamp

    Hi Susan, in the colorways window just click into the colorway window you want to delete, so it is highlighted in blue. Then click in the bar where it says Clone, import, delete. click delete and it should give you a window asking if you really want to delete it.

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  • Astrid Hanenkamp

    For showing the different color ways spread apart, you have to play around with the hamburger menu in the rendering-window that says "global positioning". you have to choose colorway #1, #2, etc OFFSET, and then play around with the numbers there so just get a staggering effect. 

    I do feel that this is not very intuitive at all, I wish I could manually move those colorways....oh well. :)

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  • BW Forum Team

    Hi Susan, 

    When rendering a multi-pack, we set the relative X, Y and Z distances between colorways. To move the colorways apart, increase the X relative distance.
     
    To delete a colorway, select the colorway you would like to delete, then click the delete option from the colorways workspace toolbar.
     
     
    To confirm where a color from the colors in use column is used, hover over the color chip and look for the yellow check in the corner of the material icon.
     
     
    We can then combine any similar colors by dragging one color chip over another.
     
     
    Let us know if you have any more follow up questions. 
    Zisie
     
     
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  • Susan Gordon

    Hi Astrid,

    Colorway Window

    I will rephrase the question,  my garment has (3) different fabrics and so I should have (3) different shades of the same color due to different fabric properties. However, in my "color in use" column I have duplicates of the same color and I was curious to know if the duplicate color swatches in the color in use column can be eliminated.  Based on your suggestion above, the color in use swatches cannot be altered.  Is this my correct understanding?

    Thanks,

    Susan

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  • Astrid Hanenkamp

    Hi Susan,
    It seems that the second part of the answer from the Browzwear team covers that, starting from where it says “ To confirm where a color is used....”. Based on their answer it sounds like you can merge the color swatches together.

    I initially thought you meant the colorways, not the color swatches in use, so my initial answer in that sense was not quite correct (I am still learning myself) :)

    Best, Astrid

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  • Susan Gordon

    Great! Thanks for your help with this Astrid

     

    Susan

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