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  1. Do you mean that I could circle or annotate them in the generated PDF, or do you mean that there a way to do this in LPub3D?
  2. Good question. At each step of the instructions, there is generally a small parts list. If this parts list describes the colors, I should be able to tell that those are the pieces that need to be attached to the model in the given step. Presumably, this would be even be easier when using the “fade“ feature that grays-out the parts from previous steps. The only time I could see this being a problem, would be if step’s parts list has identically-shaped parts with unique colors that cannot be easily distinguished in grayscale. However, this issue could probably be resolved by creating annotations with arrows indicating which color goes where.
  3. Is there a guide anywhere for working with LPub3D when you have a black & white (grayscale) printer? For example, I would like to add the name of a colour next to each part — or a colour code — so when I'm reading my printed instructions, I can determine the part's colour. Even seeing the colour info on the BOM would be useful. Note that I'm using macOS. Any advice on this issue would be appreciated.
  4. Hello. This is a practice post. -BrickEdge