By default, the color of your on-screen text depends on the brand colors that you selected.
In an individual text placeholder, you can override the brand color with a different color.


1.

From the scene line-up, select the scene with the text that you want to work on.

2.

Hover over the text to see the blue text placeholder and then click inside the placeholder.

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3.

In the Text Placeholder pane, select the Design tab.

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4.

Change the text color using one of the following options (click to expand):

Selecting a Brand Color

Select a color from the six colors defined in your brand configuration.

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Note:

If you select a new color from your brand colors and then change the color in the brand configuration, the color will be updated in the placeholder as well.

For example:
1. I select the light blue color (Accent 1) for my new color.

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2. In the program's brand configuration, I change and save the color for Accent 1.

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The color is updated automatically in the text placeholder and in the Text Placeholder pane.

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Selecting a Custom Color
1.

Click Custom.

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2.


Select a new color by doing one of the following:
a. Enter the hex code.
b. Enter the R, G, and B numeric values.
c. Use the color slider to visually select a color.

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The text color in the placeholder is changed.
▶ In the Text Placeholder pane, the color you selected is underlined.

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