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I might be wrong or expecting to much. When using a document with 16 or 32 bit color depth, and 16-bit colors in color panel, i would expect beeing able to enter 16-bit values to RGBHEX. But it will only accept 00-FF (8 bit) and always replace the "high" byte with 00. The "resulting" color code from all 3 channels will simply double/repeat the given 8-bit hex value. This is at least confusing, or a bug. HSL or LAB do not offer any option to enter 16-bit values. And last but not least, the info panel is completely unable to show 16-bit colors.
The last 1.8.2 update has broken the use of tab to navigate the values of the color panel. You can use the tab to go to next field, but as soon as you type a new value, tab stops working until you manually click into a field again. This worked fine in 1.8.0 and 1.8.1. It seems that tabbing after typing the value deselects the current field instead of selecting the next one. Setting cmyk values is now a slow tab-type-click process. Other tab-navigable panels work fine (for example, transform panels) By the way, this is a good chance to remind you we'd love to have tab-naviga
I loaded a black and white jpg line drawing into Affinity Photo with the intention of coloring it. However, the color panel is stuck on grey scale. How do I get a full color spectrum in the color panel with this B&W jpg?
I've already posted this in Questions & Feedback but since it doesn't seem to be implemented yet, I'm adding it as a request. For example, I have a square which only has a fill color (no stroke). If I click on another shape, let's say a circle and I'm changing it's stroke color, when I click back on the square, I would like the color panel to auto-select the fill attribute (since it's the only attribute the square has) instead of keeping the stroke attribute selected (from the previous change). My logic is that I would want to change it's color rather than add a stroke to it. Thi