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  1. Windows 10 Home 1809, Publisher 1.7.0.249, Designer 1.7.0.251 and Designer 1.6.5. This looks like a bug to me so I've posted it here but it might not be. It's difficult to explain so I'll let the attached GIF show what I mean. Basically, selecting "None" for either fill or stroke, while it does what it says it should, still shows what appears to be the "Swatches" tab. This means that I can, while still having "None" selected, select a colour. I can then switch to the "Swatches" tab and then switch back and the colour has been removed but I still have something like the swatches tab showing. This seems counter-intuitive to me. Shouldn't the "None" tab simply - at most - display a message telling the user to select one of the other tabs to select a fill/stroke colour? Or am I missing something here? It just doesn't seem right to me.
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