How to change the color of all curves inside SVG in Sketch?

There are icons that are composed of a bunch of small elements.
For example:
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Choosing the colors, you have to select all the curves to change their fill. Not cool, slowly. How to do the right thing?
June 26th 19 at 14:10
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June 26th 19 at 14:12
As an option to use this plug-in sketchapp.me/plagin-sketch-select-similar-layers
As an option. But I found a better way. With complex icons, of course, will take a little digging but it's worth it. You need to create from icons the symbol, go to edit, combine all of the elements Combined in the Shape, by setting join type elements (union, subtract, intersect, difference) in the event of an unwanted result. Then, the resulting Combined Shape transfer mode Mask. On top of it to place the symbol z fill one of the colors of the document. All! Now in the document, select the desired symbol in the panel Overrides change the color on the right. - Dahlia.Mohr87 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:15

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