In Keynote, how to change no-fill color from black to something else?

by Marcy   Last Updated May 22, 2020 21:12 PM - source

Using MacOS Keynote, I'm exporting animated graphics with transparent backgrounds. For example, the graphic may be black and white such as this:

enter image description here

But to make the background of the slide transparent, the background is set to no-fill which causes the background to be black:

enter image description here

So to work with files with black text or artwork (everything I do), the background color must be repeatedly flipped between fill color and no-fill. Is there a way to set the default for the no-fill color to something else than black such as gray?:

enter image description here

Tags : macos keynote


Answers 1


Click on the object of interest and on top right click on format. The in the right sidebar click on style. The sidebar should look as shown below. Directly above the "No fill" pulldown is a box with a red diagonal line (shown with a blue rectangle around it). Click on that box and select your color.

enter image description here

jmh
jmh
November 10, 2019 17:35 PM

Related Questions



Keynote: table cell align right with padding

Updated January 26, 2018 22:12 PM

How to pause music while playing video in Keynote?

Updated April 07, 2018 13:12 PM


Install deleted Keynote app in MAC

Updated June 16, 2017 06:12 AM