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Hi. I open this topic here because a few days ago I commented about a bug in the forum of the beta version of Affinity Designer, but I should open it here.
The color picker tool has precision problems when selecting colors (especially in CMYK documents; in RGB documents it has them but they are less frequent).
When you select a color and apply it, the HSL values change.
I attach a video so you can see what I'm talking about. In the video I do two tests: the first with a CMYK document (press ready) and the second with an RGB document (print). In each of the tests I take two samples and apply them. In CMYK, it fails both times. In RGB only the second one fails. See the HSL values in Color Panel.
Please, check this bug as it is present in all applications: Designer, Photo and Publisher. The color picker tool is a basic tool that should have precision when taking samples. It should pick the exact color, not just a similar one.

Thanks!

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I realized that if you apply a Pantone Color (global) to an object, and then try to pick with the eye dropper tool, when you apply it on other object, is not applied as a Pantone Color.

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