Now when you select a shape, an open path, or a text you will see a panel with suggestions of styling options based on your previous actions and choices. In case you’ve just started using Lunacy, the panel will provide some preset styles. You can:
Tints are a quick and easy way to apply a color to grouped objects and symbol instances. They are particularly useful when you need to adjust the color of a semi-filled object or a complex icon.
The Tints section appears in the Inspector only when you select a group object or a symbol.
Unlike other styling options, you can apply only one tint to an object.
Lunacy team has added a set of tools that allows you to quickly add basic GUI controls that include:
When you select a control added with any of these tools, you see the suggestions panel that allows you to:
Change the type of the control
Select the style of control
Select the control state
To edit the appearance of a control, you can use the symbol editor.
The symbol tool allows you to quickly create mockups of interfaces by adding placeholder symbols and then replacing them with required GUI elements.
Text formatting has become a way easier. You no longer need to select a word or the whole text to make it bold, italicized, or whatever.
Just set the caret inside a word or at the end of the text and apply the required formatting. In the latter case, the formatting will be applied to the whole text.
Keep updated with new Lunacy improvements via the Release Notes.
In case you haven’t tried Lunacy yet, just a brief intro: it is a free graphic design software with built-in design assets such as icons, vector illustrations, and photos. The tool is a native Windows app so welcome to download it from the Microsoft Store.
Also, welcome to check simple tutorials on how to make a custom image for social media in Lunacy and how to make a meme in Lunacy.
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