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2 hours ago, 0125 said:

This is a minor issue, but it would be nice if the program remembered the last active document swatch at startup and wouldn't always resort to the default grayscale swatch.

I agree there's some room for improvement in this area.

And I agree that it would be nice if the document swatch was active when you next open a document that has one.

But it doesn't really make sense to choose a document swatch when opening the application, because document swatches are specific to a document. What does make sense, and what already happens, is that the application swatch (if any) is active when you open the application.

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4 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

I agree there's some room for improvement in this area.

OK, happy to hear I'm not alone here. Yes, I was not so much concerned about a new, blank document, but specific projects with their specific, dedicated document swatches that were last selected.

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