The following tutorial explains how to change a color (or locate a stitch) by double-click on stitch in design shown on work area.
1 - Run Embird and click "Editor" menu to switch to Editor window (Picture No. 1).
1. Run Embird and switch to Editor window
2 - Open the file you want to edit. Select the "File > Open" menu to open a file (Picture No. 2).
2. Open the design
3 - Select the design in a dialog box which appears on the screen (Picture No. 3).
3. Select the file to open
4 - Design will appear on work area. There are boxes containing design colors at the right side of the screen (Picture No. 4)
4. Design on work area
5 - Double-click the color in design which you want to change, e.g. the light olive color on lioness's eye (Picture No. 5).
Note: Of course, you can also double-click the color in the color box to change it. However, it is easier to double-click the color in design in case of design with many colors - it might be hard to locate the right color box in such a case.
5. Double click the color
6 - The mouse cursor will move to the color box with the clicked color at the right side of the screen. A menu will appear allowing you to change the color, choose it from the thread catalog, etc. (Picture No. 6).
Note:The clicked stitch will be selected - drawn with red color - it is stitch no. 4678 in this example. It might be helpful if you want to change the type of the double-clicked stitch or split the design on this stitch.
6. Popup menu for clicked color