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Which version of Adobe Illustrator are you using? Try this and see if it works for you. Create a rectangle with a gradient e.g. like this: (Remember, the first swatch in the gradient should have the same value as the last one.) Now create a circle with a two-color radial gradient. With the circle selected go to Object=Expand... Select these options: ...


The colorpicking in Illustrator has a wastly different function than colorpicking in Photoshop. It ultimately comes down to the differences in what your doing. In illustrator your basic primitive is a drawing object, in photoshop its a pixel. If you develop pixels its natural to be able to pick up pixel properties which are naturally limited to one color and ...


InDesign doesn't always play nice with picking up gradients from other Adobe applications. If I were you I'd just select the shape you made in InDesign, and Place (File > Place... or Ctrl/Cmd+D the gradient's file into the shape. Some adjustments with the White Arrow tool should get you where you want to be. Alternatively, you could try to make the gradient ...


Have you tried this: use the Magic Wand tool and click the empty area that you want filled with the gradient. There should be a dashed line inside the area. Switching over to the Blend Tool Pick your gradient Apply gradient by clicking and dragging inside your selection, see image


You can probably get it done, not with gradients but with blends. Try making a big hexagon with the green color, a smaller one with the background color and blending. Duplicate and scale for the center. This is my own 1-minute attempt:


So I originally thought this isn't possible but then geometry for the win! A hexagon can be created from 6 triangles. Create a triangle shape and give it a linear gradient Copy the triangle and past in front of the original triangle. Rotate the new triangle by 60 degrees. Position new triangle. Repeat step 2 but now rotate the new triangle by -60 degrees. ...

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