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when searching for "colour replacement brush tool" nothing found as spelling is "colour" altho is spelt "colour" in tool panel

spelt color in Manual colour in studio panel

Edited by djh
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The spelling of words like "colour" or "color" will depend on the language set in Preferences > General. On Macs, the "Default" choice will use the setting determined in System Preferences > Languages & Regions. I assume there is something similar for Windows.

Otherwise, whatever language you set in the app's Preferences > General will determine the spelling.

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I really like the german "FARBE" ;-)

I´m more disappointed by the 3!!!!!  orders of the adjsutment-layers (depending from where "called")! This is really confusing!

Also , i would like to "group" blend-modes by "category" !

But if an object is called (correct) FARBE or (wrong) FRABE or FABER... its not really nice, but i can survive with that, and there are more ESSENTIALS  to fix first!

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