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  1. Hi, I'm really new to affinity designer and I have a problem where my color wheel only has grey, black and white colors, and I can't figure out how to switch back to being able to choose any colors. Does anyone know how to fix this?
  2. I am wanting to save my color palettes as system palettes and in the windows version I do not have that option. I'm also finding it virtually impossible to export the color palettes that I have created for the customer to have that is a separate file that can be opened by any other software. I'm very new to Affinity and designing, your help is greatly appreciated.
  3. 1237/5000 Hi, important thing about colors in Publisher. It is completely incomprehensible to me and very confusing. When I select a frame with text, Rich Black is visible on the Colors (CMYK) palette. Although the text is 100% Black, as seen on the Swatches palette. I include screenshots - 1 and 2 are from Publisher. Screenshot 3 is from Adobe InDesign. There you can see that if I select a frame with text that is 100% Black, then on the CMYK palette you can see exactly 100% Black, not Rich Black. And this allows you to check the color. I don't understand the logic of Affinity. After clicking on the object I should know what the color is !!! And whether it is CMYK or RGB. The palette itself should change from CMYK to RGB. Picture no. 5. Comparison with Adobe InDesign. You can clearly see what color the object is - you can see black on the screen - but the Color palette changes and shows what the color is and what the color space is ... We have controls. Now you can never be sure - basically what color the object is. Screenshot 4 - I drew a frame - what color is it? Black 100% or Rich Black? If this thread has already been raised or you know how to better control and understand these issues, I will be grateful for the information. Best regards to all Affinity users
  4. Hi, I rarely use color palette in my documents, unless I need Pantone. How apps usually manage colors swatches, and especially global swatches between documents ? Don't we lack a default color palette for each document (more than "recent used colors"), to show at least global colors used in the current document ? When I copy-paste from another document, shouldn't AD ask to create swatches to the current color palette or ask to add a color palette with (global) swatches ? I'm not sure about this, since it would be more complicated because of color profiles, but I would like some advices. For example: I just re-drew a logo in a separate file, and created a document color palette (global colors) since it use 15+ colors. I copied-pasted it in another document, and I was disapointed when the swatches didn't appeared in this document. Of course I can export-import the palette, but if I had a palette for this document, I would have to switch palettes to get the logo's colors or the ducument's colors.
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