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Tint Weirdness #2

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any weirder, there’s this: Let’s say you clicked on a purple swatch, lowered the tint to 40%, then saved it as its own separate swatch (so the Tint slider would no longer affect it). Then you did the same thing again for tints that are 20% and 30%. If you were to edit your purple swatch (let’s say you added more red) it would automatically affect (or update, if you will) all your other tints. They’re somehow tied to the “mother swatch.” This can either be a cool feature or an annoying bug—it just depends on how you look at it.

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