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  1. the cmyk color palette is hidden by the color scheme palette and can not be scaled down or moved. Also, the height of the color scheme palette or the palette itself can not be changed. this happens also in dark mode.
  2. When I select a colour that is 5% and I go to add it to the Swatches Palette, it creates a swatch named "unnamed" and it has a fill of none. For example, if I have a fill that is only 5% Cyan and I want to save that colour as a swatch on the Swatches palette, I select the colour and then right click or command click and "add/swatches/from both" it should appear in the Swatches palette as C:5,M:0,Y:0,K:0 but it shows up as "unnamed" and it has a fill of none. I'm using the latest beta. Other colours didn't cause me any problems but for some reason 5% did.
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