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    There seem to be different ways people tackle the problem for color exploration. We want your opinion on the following two approaches -

    1. Selected Swatches to show up in a panel view (like swatches). 

    2. Selected Swatches to show up as rectangular objects on the canvas (in a separate layer). Users can use eyedropper to pick up colors (ability to pick Fill, Stroke, Appearance in such cases).


    Users can select size, spacing etc between the color palettes in both these approaches.

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    Xhico commented  · 

    I like Both Ideas to have as an option. I actually for years have been creating swatches that I copy over for projects to track my color for projects so I can do exactly as you suggest in #2. The current limitations of 5 colors in a paltter for a library is waaaayyy too limited. Can we get that amped up and then be able to access our swatches from LIbraries and launch the #2 pop-up window?

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    Xhico commented  · 

    I'd like to be able to EXPAND the objects in the end. For example, if I make a logo, that is based on a reflective image. I need to be able to expand it to have it as an asset to hand over to clients. Without Expand option, this is still a toy, not a professional tool.

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  4. 91 votes

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    Xhico commented  · 

    Once you create a vector shape with brush or pencil tool, you should be able to use your Apple Pencil to simply redraw that vector line. There is a tool in desktop that allows you to do that. It seems the quickest way to edit a line instead of having to drag vector points and curve handles.

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