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  1. In an .afpub with CMYK color space I use "Add chord to Swatch..." to create variations of a defined CMYK color. I can't get any useful swatch this way. For use in a CMYK workflow the result is somehow messy. The resulting swatches are ... 1. each of them in RGB – regardless of "Lock colorspace" was on/off before starting the task. 2. A few aren't in RGB, but a mixture of HSL and CMYK – (for instance: "Triadic"). 3. Each of them results with different values in Swatches panel versus Colour Panel. 4. Some swatches start with its initial color which was set in color panel before use "add chord", some start with another color which was not set. Samples: A.) Tints of 100 K –> all RGB: B.) Tints of 0c 100m 60y 0k –> all RGB. See also the different values of the selected swatch in Swatches Panel towards Colour Panel: C.) Tints of 100c 50m 0y 0k –> all RGB Notice the massive change in the initial start color: Minus 26% cyan! D.) "Triade" of 100c 50m 0y 0k –> 1x CMYK, 2x HSL Note: this was the only result where the initial start color = resulting swatch.

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