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  1. Hi there, Here's some really odd behavior that I just noticed after I added a Gradient Map Adjustment: I pick a gradient node, switch the color picker to CMYK and play around with the sliders. What happens next is that the color of the node is completely different from the color in the color picker. Please see the attached screenshot for an example: I first thought it has something to do with my color management settings, but it hasn't because it only happens with the Gradient Map adjustment. In all other gradient dialogs, for example Fill or the Gradient Overlay Layer Effect, everything's fine. It also doesn't matter what Color Profile is set for the document. This happens in the latest versions of all three Affinity apps. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
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