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The colour studio is fantastic. Just two things...

 

Inputting colour values

Because sampling colours for inspiration and/or use is a daily occurrence in iOS, I have fantastic colour pickers on iOS. If you can enable Affinity Photo/Designer to receive colour values manually, such as Hex and RGB values, life would be infinitely easier. This means would avoid...

  • Working on an approximate colour in the colour wheel and sliders or...
  • Importing an image of the colour source onto the canvas, and using the colour picker on the imported image (which often happens). 

Manual input of colour values will not only be easier and faster to work with daily, I will have the precise colour I am after. 

 

Exporting colour palettes

If you can allow Exporting of colour palettes for future reference, would be fantastic rather than the only option to save them in the document. Remembering which document a colour palette is in can be tough, especially if the palette was created months ago. Having palettes at the application level is fantastic, so thanks for that. I usually have palettes at the document level as its the only way I know the palettes are backed up somewhere. 

Hope I’ve made sense and is something that can be put into both Affinity Photo and Designer on iOS.


Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo (iPadOS 13 Public Beta, iPad Pro 12.9” - 3rd & 2nd Gen)

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Add importing colour palettes to top it off. :)


IPad Pro 10.5 512GB iOS 12.3.1 Affinity Photo 1.7.2.150 Affinity Design 1.7.2.4 Publisher for iPad ?

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