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The question is very simple. Is there a quick way how to convert any design into a greyscale on five or less clicks? The answer is yes. However, this feature is not as obvious as it could be.
How do I get the result as in the video above then? Follow the steps below to get it:
Insert a shape that overlays the whole area that is supposed to be greyscaled.Change the Blending options in the right menu to color.Change the Filling colour of the object (white in the case above) and remove the border.
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Select the rectangle. In the Inspector pane under the Fills category, change the Fill color to white.
Insert a rectangle spanning the entire content (all layers) you want in grayscale.
An easy way how to convert your design into a greyscale in SketchWe are talking about the Sketch app for MacConverting into greyscale
Take a look at the vide below to get to know what I mean by converting your design into a greyscale.
Lock the grayscaled content with ⌘+⇧+L so it will not interfere with your work moving forward.
Follow these four easy steps to convert your Sketch layers to grayscale.
Still in the Fills section under Blending, select the Color option. This will change all layers underneath to grayscale.
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