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  1. This is hard to describe in words but I'll try: Create two global colours Create a simple shape Apply one global color to the fill Apply the other to the stroke Notice the global colour used in the stroke is highlighted in the swatches panel Switch to the fill Notice the global colour is not highlighted as expected Upon deselecting the object the global colour used in the fill will be highlighted I've attached a video reproducing the issue, it's much easier to understand what's going on, and what would be the user expectation. Let me know if there's any additional questions. Thanks! recordedVideo_Trim.mp4
  2. I'm using Affinity Designer and noticed a small issue with swatches showing as "selected. The swatch panel can be in fill or stroke mode depending on which icon is in the foreground. Switching between them doesn't show the selected swatch for a particular object's fill/stroke. Example: - I have an object with a black fill and white stroke. - If the swatch panel is in fill mode, the black swatch appears selected (white square around that swatch). - If I change the swatch panel to stroke mode, the black swatch it still selected. - To get it to show that the white swatch is selected I have to click off of the object, then click back onto it. This all has to occur while the swatch panel is in stroke mode.
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