Can those QR codes be set manually to your swatch? (As not all images can accept an override color.)
If yes, are those the only graphics in the entire file?
(If Yes to both, it's a breeze, a Sunday stroll & a walk in the park, all rolled into one.)
YES to both!
Picnic is packed, ready to stroll. ;]
Okay, here I go.
Here you are.
In the first line you should put your swatch name in the place of "Gray". Copy, then save as plain text (if you are using TextEdit on the Mac, select this first in the Format menu) in your Users Script folder as "MakeAllGraphicsGrey.jsx". Double-click to run and sit back.
var swatch = app.activeDocument.swatches.item("Gray"); for (var i=0; i<app.activeDocument.allGraphics.length; i++) app.activeDocument.allGraphics[i].fillColor = swatch;
Here is a Before (left) and After (right) picture to show it axually works.
(Jongware himself posing with his new tattoo.)
WORKED LIKE A CHARM.
YOU ARE MY HERO.
[sincere emotion denoted by all caps.]
Now I need to learn to learn that crap myself so I don't have to depend on the kindness of strangers.
What do I owe you? Chocolate? iTunes gift card?
The Kindness of Strangers ... Ever heard of Nick Cave?
Ah, all I need is this question to be marked "Answered". I survive on just praise.
Uh. Yeah. I listen to it whenever I'm feeling a little blue -- perks me right up.
Sending lots of praise your way this Thanksgiving. Careful, though. A little goes a long way...
Many thanks again.