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save a stress plot color scheme?

Question asked by Richard Horstketter on Dec 21, 2011
Latest reply on Dec 21, 2011 by Richard Horstketter

I'm pretty new to Solidworks after many years in ProE.  People said I'd like SW, and they were right.  But I'm doing a lot of stress simulations, and I don't like the default color scheme for the stress plots.  There are two light blue-green colors right next to each other that are almost indistinguishable on the legend, at least on my screen.  Or maybe it's my well-matured eyes.  Anyway, I'm using user-defined colors to make it easier for me to see the transitions.  I'd like to save a reusable user-defined color scheme so that (a) I don't have to re-define it each time I generate a new plot, and (b) I have my own 'standard' predefined scheme to directly compare different design iterations, and (c) I don't have to remember how I defined it last time.  I hate having to remember stuff.

 

I don't see any mechanism for this on help.solidworks.com.  Is there a trick/workaround to accomplish this?

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