The Shadow Color of a selected figure can be changed to meet a desired preference. It can be altered for a selected figure(s) or in instances where no figures have been selected. If a figure has not been selected, the color change applies to any figure added after the change. To alter the shadow color:
Press on the Info Button in the Top Toolbar.
Tap on the Shadow option to open the following popover window.
The Shadow Visibility option must be enabled for a color change to appear within the Drawing Canvas. Tap on the Shadow Visibility toggle slider to enable/or disable this option. The slider will appear with a green background when this option is enabled.
Press on the Shadow Color Button to open the Shadow Color Window.
Next, press on the desired color selection method (Wheel, List, or Favorites). In this example, the wheel is chosen.
Tap on a color range within the outside of the wheel view.
Choose a desired lightness or darkness of the selected color in the center (saturation) square.
Perform a Touch/Drag gesture combination on the Opacity Slider to change the degree to which the shadow can be seen through.
Press on the Shadow Button to return to the Shadow Window or tap anywhere within the Drawing Editor to close the window.
Changes made to this attribute are only reflected on current or new figures within the Drawing Canvas when the Shadow option has been enabled. Tap on the Shadow option in the Info Menu and perform a Touch/Drag gesture combination or simply Tap on the On/Off toggle slider to turn on the option. Refer to the screenshots below:
A color change will be seen instantaneously when a figure is selected. If no figures have been selected, the color change will apply to all subsequently created figures.
The following examples show a square prior to adding a shadow and after the color has been altered.