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When modifying hte opacity of a colour, the swatch/round/rectangle that shows the colour should display the colour at 100%, not lighter (colour panel) or darker (gradient panel).

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Sorry, but I'll have to disagree, at least for the Color Panel.

The well should continue to show the effective color, including opacity effects. This is important for consistency, since the color well(s) can also appear in the Tools panel, when the Tools are configured for 2 columns, because the opacity slider is not visible there. The user would be very confused to click on a 100%-opacity red well in the Tools panel, and have a reduced-opacity red color applied. Or, the user would be confused to have the Color panel showing, and see different wells between that panel and the Tools panel.


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