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the black color is always CMYK process

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An InDesign user for over 20 years, I have now been working with affinity publisher for over 2 years. But I still have some big problems on color management with this software. indeed, after having done more than 80 pages for a catalog, I have just noticed that the black that I had selected (in the palette of grays) is in fact a four-color black. Fortunately I had made style sheets and I thought that changing the color to 100% black in the style sheet would correct all my texts. However, it is not. I always have a process black in the color palette when I select a text with the corrected style sheet, whereas in this one the black is 100% without CMY components (see the screenshot). Can someone explain to me what is happening?

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Interesting. Could you maybe provide a sample document with just one sample Text Frame?

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