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  1. Is there a way to select color values with hex and save them to a pallet?
  2. Is there a way to copy a color value of an object to the clipboard for pasting in an CSS file, for example? I need to apply various RGBA values (RGB with alpha/transparency) and am tired of manually typing them for every object. OK, I just found the dropdown in the color panel where you can copy the currently selected color value as HEX. That might be useful sometimes but doesn’t help me in this case. Firstly, I need RGB(A), and secondly the color is applied as color overlay effect, not as standard background color. So, I wish I could just open any color panel and there would be a similar menu as in the color panel to copy a value in different variants.
  3. Hello forum! I designed a new logo for our company, and ran into some issues with colour rendition, as I supplied the colours to our local newspapers for print. Designer is only accurate for CMYK rendition, and no other codes are even close! You can see from the screenshot the colour codes for this blue. Note that the HSL doesn't match from the colour wheel open, to that of the wheel above and to the right. Here are 3 websites that all agree almost exactly with HEX, CMYK, RGB and HSL; again note that the CMYK code in Designer is correct! http://www.colorem.net/en/?huein=&satin=&lightin=&cin=&min=&jin=&nin=&redin=&greenin=&bluein=&hexin=000a7d&format= https://www.colorhexa.com/000a7d https://www.w3schools.com/colors/colors_cmyk.asp?color=cmyk(1, 0.25, 0, 0) I have made all of the necessary adjustments for my printing and display purposes, so I post this to help make good software better! Cheers, Louis
  4. It would be great if we can get the HEX input/listing on all of the color sliders. I know it shows up on the RGB Hex setting but if I'm working in one of the other slider color spaces I need to constantly switch back to the RGB Hex to read a HEX value. It would be a great time saver. We could also have an option to have it appear or not appear on each of the color sliders in case there are people who do not need it to be shown. Cheers!
  5. Hi, I remember seeing this requested once or twice and I've even requested this myself 2 years ago and I thought it would've been simple to implement. Can we please have support for shorthand 3 character "hex" colour values like in CSS that combine 2 duplicate characters into 1 - i.e white can be #FFF instead of the more verbose #FFFFFF, yellow – #FC0 instead of #FFCC00, #333 for dark grey instead of #333333 etc. Currently, only #000 for black accidentally works, but none of the other shorthand values do. Thanks.
  6. Greetings Affinity, I was wondering if it would be helpful to have a HEX field available in all color profile palettes/windows. Lately, I've been working in HSL, as I find it easier to target a particular color, and it would be nice to have the HEX code running alongside the sliders (like RGB Hex). Also, I've been using AD to comp web designs and I'm constantly bouncing between RGB Hex and HSL to input HEX colors from a pre-existing brand style guide. Just a thought. :-) Cheers! jB
  7. Hey guys, It would be great if we could have the HEX value input text on all color examples. For instance, when you create a shape, in the top bar properties panel you have the fill color and stroke color, and you have all sorts of color pickers (hue, rgb sliders, hsl color scheme, etc), but only the HEX SLIDERS picker contains the actual input field for the HEX code. It would be great if all these color pickers would contain the hex color code, in UI design this is used a lot Thank you for a great product I am very grateful.
  8. Hey I would love to be able to export a palette from either or both Design and Photo into some sort of HTML entity format. It would be great if it did a text file with CSS in multiple blocks: hex hsla rgba And we could just grab as needed for development.
  9. fernandolins86

    [AD] Wrong HEX value?

    Looks like AD sets one value for RGB as HEX and another one for the HEX color code (4C, 4C, 4C versus #4D4D4D in the screenshot). If I step the RGB values up or down the value updates correctly, but every time I open the color panel for this color it shows that difference. PS: The forum doesn't allow me to search for "HEX" or "RGB" because it is less than four letters long, so I don't know if this has been posted before.
  10. Create a shape and fill it with black, #000000 View > Studio > Color Color > Dropdown menu > Tint Change to 50% Open the "Color Chooser" window. The hex value hasn't been changed, and remains #000000. (Color pick the same shape/color, and you'll get the correct hex value)
  11. Please consider adding a HEX color input box for the color pallete. Sometimes it's just as important to be able to input a color into the pallete as to extract one and this would be very useful for web design.
  12. Hello Affinity Designer enthusiasts, I'm using the 10 day demo copy of AD.Like many here, I would like to move away from Adobe Products since their marketing plan has moved in a direction that is software rental rather than ownership. I've used Fireworks for years. One question that I haven't found an answer to yet that is related to my switching away from Fireworks is: How can I enter a hex number for a color or even rgb numbers instead of using only the sliders? I suspect there is a way, but I'm too new to AD to know it. As an example: #CCCCCC instead of using the sliders to try to achieve the color. ​I use the number entry feature in FWs a lot. Is it present in AD? Even if I could use RGB numbers, I'd do that. Whatever is available in AD. Thank you for your help in pointing me to the right place in this software. :)
  13. Hello, I'm using using a few different custom color pickers in Affinity Photo (view > Apple Colour Picker). I've noticed that when entering hex values in a color picker, the values are translated incorrectly into Affinity Photo. For instance, when using Skala Color, if I enter in a hex value of #24A7DF, it immediately gets displayed as #1994DA in Affinity Photo's color picker. I've tried using Apple's default RGB sliders, Skala Color, and Antetype Color Picker, all with similar results. I've also tried using 8 and 16 bit color RGB documents with the same results. Any idea what might be causing these issues?
  14. Hi there, I hope you can help me out to understand this. Apparently, for some reason, my code on the top bar of the RGB colours have more digits than usual. Whenever I double click on the colour panel on top of the layers' panel, the code appears correct, but as you can see on the image attached, on the other place I am seeing too many digits.... If I try to copy a normal 6 digits RGB hex number on there, it transforms it to a different code and colour. Thank you.
  15. jasonteunissen

    Hexagonal Grids

    Hi Guys, I'm really enjoying affinity design so far. Going from Inkscape to this has been a real change. The only thing Im missing atm is hexagonal grids :( Cheers,
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