Yes. Long-press (press-and-hold) inside the shape you want to fill; the color will default to that of whichever brush you have selected.
Let me know if you still have trouble.
Hi, It didn't work. All it did was make little dots. Any other way to quickly fill a space?
I just checked on my iPad and I am with you Books4BB, It does not work for me either to press-and-hold, although in my case I can figure out the iPad is a too old model (4th generation) and some functions simply do not work, I am not very sure why it does not work for you. Hope somebody has a good solution for you.
My apologies. I was thinking Draw and writing Sketch; this feature is only in Draw.
While I'm on the subject though (and Flora, if you want to respond too that would be great), I have a question... If there was a fill/paint bucket tool in Sketch, how would you envision that feature functioning?
Again, I'm sorry for the misinformation.
No problem Sue, you're the best!
I would stay on the same way as in Draw: press and hold. That seems most logic and we can go through all applications without wondering a lot. Don't make us think too much, let us rock on the workflow
I completely agree.... press-and-hold is really easy. Always seems strange to me when people say it takes too long.
And thanks for all your participation on this forum. I appreciate it. And I know everyone else does too.