Select the lettering style you want or simply make some changes as a variation to the style. You can
Update the style (which affects all elements in this style), create a new style using Save As, or simply
Revert back to the original style.
Optionally fill the background of the lettering with the selected color.
Optionally fill the background of the lettering with a color gradient beginning with the Background
color and ending with the Gradient color. The circular control to the right sets the actual gradient.
Optionally draw a border around the lettering with the specified color. The Count field specifies how
many borders should be drawn around the lettering. If there is more than one border around the
lettering the outline color is alternated with the Alt color. The Width specifies how thick the border
Optionally draw a shadow behind the lettering with the specified color, Blur amount and Offset.
Specify the default font for new lettering elements. This font can be changed on the Lettering creation
The page stylesheet is much like every other element's stylesheet, however it does have a few unique
points. To select the page, you need to click on some empty part of the page. The details tab will
show 'PAGE ATTRIBUTES' and STYLE ATTRIBUTES. The page itself has no attributes (this is handled
by File-> Page Format), so we will focus on the Style Attributes.
Select the Page style you want or simply make some changes as a variation to the style. You can
Update the style (which affects all elements in this style), create a new style with Save As, or simply
Revert back to the original style. For simplicity, we reccomend that you simply update the default style
once you are happy with the page numbering style. From then on, all new pages will look like this
Optionally fill the page with the selected color.
Optionally fill the page with a color gradient beginning with the Background color and ending with the
Gradient color. The circular control to the right sets the actual gradient.
Optionally draw a page number on the page. You can choose which edge the page number aligns to
with the popup menus, and use Inset to move the page number closer or further away from the page
The backdrop is like a panel for your page number. It can be set to a caption style, and have it's own
vertical size, horizontal size, and rotation. For more control over this create a special caption style for
page number backdrops. To achieve this do the following:
1 . Create a caption style using an available caption
If you don't have one drag a temporary one onto the comic to get access to the caption styles editor
2 . In the Caption Styles Attributes tweak the settings till you get something you like.
3 . Click on "Save As" to create a new caption style for page numbers.
4 . Delete the temporary caption if you created one.
5 . Deselect everything on the page to get back to the page attributes (probably there
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