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I want to see improvements for the panel swatches. It is very useful to see its numeric value next to the color name in the current color mode.

 

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6 hours ago, dadesign said:

in the current color mode.

But then the repetition of "CMYK" is quite redundant :-)

The color values could be displayed in the tooltip.


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Alas, not unnecessarily. There should be maximum visibility. Tooltip is of course good, but it's extra movement and extra time, which is usually not enough :)

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23 minutes ago, Pšenda said:

But then the repetition of "CMYK" is quite redundant :-)

There would only be repetition if you included it in CMYK colour mode. For Pantone and other spot colours, the values would be the (nearest) CMYK equivalent; e.g. PMS.


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1 hour ago, dadesign said:

but it's extra movement and extra time, which is usually not enough

Yes, but the color list with value is much longer, whose browsing time will be considerably more demanding.


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20 minutes ago, Pšenda said:

Yes, but the color list with value is much longer, whose browsing time will be considerably more demanding.

Yes! That's it. :) When digital values are specified in the palette, you can quickly scroll through and select the desired values.

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