How Coloring Works
Color can be set globally for all measurements and annotations or can be defined for just measurements. Setting the global color will apply to all new measurements.
Measurements can be colored using one of the colors available in Trimble Connect for Browser’s 2D Viewer. The different available colors are shown on the right. To create a measurement with another color, simply choose the wanted color, and then create the annotation.
The last used color the measurements is remembered and saved as a default.
You can also change the color of an already existing measurement, by selecting the measurement and changing the color. Colors are saved in Views.
Changing the color of an existing annotation does change the default color setting.
Set the Global Color for Measurements & Annotations
Setting the global color will apply to all new measurements and annotations.
To set the global color
Open a drawing in Trimble Connect for Browser's 2D Viewer.
Open the color selector located on the toolbar.
Pick the desired color.
All Annotations and measurements will be drawn in that color.
Set or Change the Color for a Measurements
If you want to override the global color, and set the color for measurements, you can do so through the measurement style menu.
These instructions assume that you have already created a measurement in Trimble Connect for Browser's 2D Viewer.
To change the measurement color
Select a measurement you have created.
The edit menu overlay will display.
Click the Style tool.
4. The style menu will open.
5. Select the desired color.
The selected measurement will be updated with the new color. All new measurements will also be created in the chosen color.