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  1. Hi! Maybe I have crazy ideas about the creations of colours but: Will have sense that when I create a color, the name could be something like C30 M56 Y0 K100 if I use CMYK sliders? And talking about images, I would like to have a Window for them to be able to replace a lot of images by a new one and have more information about images in this pane. I do not mean the pane will be so powerful like the future Affinity Publisher app, but a basic pane when I can see a list of all images placed in a document and I could be able to re-link them will be fantastic! But the basic question about images update is: Right now when a place an image and close the Affinity Designer document were the image is placed, if I change that image (edit colors, curves and so on in other Photo retouching app) when I open the Affinity Designer document again, the image does to update ti the last version. Thanks for your great app!!!
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