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    I am attempting to use the mesh too but when I click on my object it just turns it black and grayscale. I create a circle with a color gradient then click the mesh tool and when I click my objuect it just turns black and grayscale. Any help is appreciated.



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    When you click on the object with a Gradient tool (mesh, linear, whatever), you apply the gradient that is loaded in the Gradient panel; in this case, the default white-to-black. It's indicated just below the Fill / Stroke proxy in the Tools panel. See it there?
    Last edited by HotButton; 10-13-2017, 03:04 PM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by HotButton View Post
      When you click on the object with a Gradient tool (mesh, linear, whatever), you apply the gradient that is loaded in the Gradient panel; in this case, the default white-to-black. It's indicated just below the Fill / Stroke proxy in the Tools panel. See it there?
      Budy it still dont works, Maybe u can make a gif to show??

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      • #4
        Maybe you can post a screenshot of how you are applying your color.
        Making an instructional gif is asking a bit much.
        You've read these ?
        https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/meshes.html
        http://www.adobepress.com/articles/a...38270&seqNum=2

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