stefaanbolle
I am new to TheBrain and I do not find how I can apply a custom or default color set to a selection (or all) thoughts in the brain.
The thoughts have many different colors because the brain. was imported from a Mindmap design.
Is this possible and how do I do this (manually editing the foreground and background colors of +300 thoughts isn't a challenging job). I am using the Mac version.
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zenrain
To set a custom colour to all thoughts, right-click the flex (background) and click Brain Theme.
For subsets of thoughts, create a thought type (thought type dropdown, click new type), then assign it a set of colours and or icon. Then any thought you assign that type will inherit those colours and icons UNLESS you have a custom colour set on the thought (it's not using the theme default).
macOS 10.14.5
TheBrain 10.0.51
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stefaanbolle
Thanks, but is overriding the custom color sets of many imported thoughts with the default theme color set I'd like to perform. Can this be done in bulk edit?
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mcaton
Stefan,

Thanks for posting.  Sorry, if an individual thought has a custom color, this will take precedence over the default color setting and even a Thought Type.  You will need to change this manually on the thought.  Yes... one at a time.  Great feature request to `APPLY/REMOVE COLOR SETTINGS` on a selected group of thoughts...

Thanks,
Matt
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stefaanbolle
Thanks Matt!
I would rather prefer the feature request BULK CHANGE COMMON SETTINGS on a selected group of thoughts
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mcaton
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