There are a variety of ways you can use assets stored in Lingo. The way you can use an asset depends on what type of asset you're using and whether you're using the asset from the Mac app or on the web. To learn about using color assets in particular, read this article

Using assets from the Mac app

The Lingo Mac App uses the clipboard and standard file formats such as PNG, JPG and PDF to send content to other applications like Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, Affinity Designer, Keynote and many others. Below are the ways you can send assets from Lingo into other applications. 

Drag n Drop

Simply drag an asset from Lingo and drop it into the destination application. 

Copy n Paste

Select the asset you want to copy then press "⌘" + "C". Go to the destination application and press "⌘" + "V"

Double click to copy

Select the asset you want to copy then double click it. It will be copied to your clipboard, you can then paste it into the destination application by pressing "⌘" + "V".

Contextual Menu

Select the asset you want to copy then right click > Copy. It will be copied to your clipboard, you can then paste it into the destination application by pressing "⌘" + "V".

Downloading assets from the web

Any asset in Lingo can be accessed on the web. To download an asset on the web simply select download in the Inspector. 

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