How do I set a frame to a new default, or reset it to default settings?

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If you have adjusted multiple values on a selected frame, you can set this frame to the new default for all subsequent frames.
Change the attributes of a single frame, then on the editor, click the >> button.
Choose Save Settings As Defaults for New Frames

Any new frames added to the canvas will be created with these same properties.

You can also choose to automatically update editor defaults by selecting Update Defaults for New Frames Automatically.
If this selection is on, new frames will continue to have the same settings as your previous one, until you change the properties of the frame, which will then reset the default to the new set of properties.

For example, if your default is a thin gold border, and you drop 4 frames in a row, they will all have thin gold borders. If you change the color of one of the frame to black, all new frames dropped subsequently will have a thin black border.For example, if your default is a thin gold border, and you drop 4 frames in a row, they will all have thin gold borders. If you change the color of one of the frame to black, all new frames dropped subsequently will have a thin black border.

Resetting the Default Back to Out-of-Box

If wish to reset the frame to its original state, you can use Restore to Factory Settings. This feature is available on all editors, and applies to all text and image frames.

Below is an example of an image frame with multiple effects added to it on the Image Editor.
Select the frame, open the Image Editor, and click on the >> button to Restore to Factory Settings.
All applied attributes will be removed.

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