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so, it's easy to create custom color Palettes in Affinity Designer, but I have some problems to change colors in complex layouts - maybe there is a way I don't know ...


So, it would be very cool I you have the option to Name a color, maybe as "Background" and one as "foreground"



background = white

foreground = black


For every color I can choose I'm able to define - this is my foreground color, this is my background color or whatever.


Now if I change the color defined as foreground from black to green, every Element with this color changes to green - independently in wich folder it is.


Also with complex Styles it would be so easy to change colors on the fly.


What do you think?

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Hi lqud,


I think that what you're after really is 'linked colours' - and that's hopefully coming pretty soon! You'll be able to change a colour and have it update everywhere in the document that it was used, or not depending on what you choose :)




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