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Can I use gradient colors for borders in Studio?

Studio supports gradient colors for borders on most layers—excluding text layers.

To apply a gradient border:

  1. In the layer panel or canvas, select a layer.
  2. In the inspector, next to the Borders heading, click the icon.
  3. In the Weight text field, enter the pixel count you prefer.
  4. In the upper-right corner of the color selector modal, click either the linear gradient icon (studio-linear-gradient-border-icon.png) or the radial gradient icon (studio-radial-gradient-border-icon.png).
  5. On the left end of the gradient scrubber, click the color stop and choose the color you want to use. Repeat for right end of the gradient scrubber.
  6. Fine-tune your gradient by clicking and dragging the midpoint as well as the color stops on each end of the gradient scrubber.
    Note: To change the direction of your gradient, in the selected layer on the canvas, click and drag the midpoint and color stops on the white gradient indicator.

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To learn more about Studio, check out our Getting Started Guide or Knowledge Base.


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Can I use gradient colors for borders in Studio?

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