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I am guessing this is a list of changes you want.

Hover slide and cursor: Just click and drag and the values will increase and decrease.

Gradients are in the Swatches panel/tab/studio in the dropdown menu. Also use of the Gradient tool will bring up pertinent items.

I only speak/write/read english so I will be of limited help, have you ever tried https://www.deepl.com/Translator for translation? It is a limited set of languages but I find it useful.


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16 minutes ago, Old Bruce said:

Hover slide and cursor: Just click and drag and the values will increase and decrease.

But this is not indicated in any way at least in the version for Mac.

26 minutes ago, Old Bruce said:

Gradients are in the Swatches panel/tab/studio in the dropdown menu. Also use of the Gradient tool will bring up pertinent items.

It would be nice to collect color management in one place, rather than scatter it across the panels and tabs. In the case of a gradient, just add a control over the color sliders.

 

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+ for better UI. Current UI is kind of clunky. It should be more consistent, less distracting, without unneeded decorations as shadows and stuff. Interactive elements could use some more love (hover, active states). The usability should be addressed, for example, HEX color field is a must for all color dialogs. Better spacing, size and alignment for UI elements. I wish, Serif spent their time for these issues, not the "Light UI" thing.

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@gomzz I like your UI proposal, overall it looks cleaner but it also makes more sense.


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