Tick that global box!

global colors

 

When using a color that you might want to change afterwards…
(Let’s be honest, that’s 99% of the time.) Tick that ‘GLOBAL’ box. Afterwards you can just double click the color swatch and you can change the color to your liking, and the color will be adjusted throughout your whole document.

Cut and paste in Mac OS


If you want to move something in the Finder of your Mac OS using cut and paste, but you’re getting a bit frustrated, there is a nifty shortcut you can use. In Windows you can easily use ctrl+X / ctrl+V, but with Mac how to do this has remained a mystery.
Simply click on the file (s), the hold keys cmd+C, then in the search box hold keys cmd+alt+V. You’re welcome.