As of Harmony 15, each palette is set to either be a colour palette, or a texture palette, and both palette types are kept in separate lists. However, in Harmony 14 and prior versions, pencil texture palettes were just regular palettes, which you had to temporarily set at your pencil texture palette in order to use it for pencil line textures.
Because of this, if you open a scene created in Harmony 14 or prior, and which contains pencil texture palettes, Harmony 15 will not be able to tell which palettes are colour palettes and which ones are pencil texture palettes. Hence, you must manually move your pencil texture palettes to the pencil texture palette list before you can use them for pencil line textures.
The only exception to this is if a scene created in a prior version of Harmony has a pencil texture palette named penstyle_opacity. Because this was the default name for pencil texture palettes in older versions of Harmony, Harmony 15 will automatically convert those palettes to pencil texture palettes.
- In the Colour view, make sure the Edit Palette Mode toggle button is pressed in.
- In the palette list of the Colour view, right-click on the selected palette and select either Get Rights to Modify Palette or Get Rights to Modify All Palettes.
- From the Colour view menu , select Palettes > Get Rights to Modify Palette or Get Rights to Modify All Palettes.
- In the palette list of the Colour view, select the palette you want to convert to a pencil texture palette.
- Do one of the following:
- Right-click on the palette and select Change to Pencil Texture.
- Open the Colour view menu and select Palettes > Change to Pencil Texture.
The palette will be moved from the colour palette list to the pencil texture palette list. To see it, click on the Show Pencil Texture Palettes button or the Show All Palettes button.