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2 votesNEEDS MORE FEEDBACK · AdminFernando Centurion (Product Manager, Adobe Systems Incorporated) responded
Can you provide details of how to replicate the current scenario?
How are you saving groups of colors?
Are you saving the colors to the Libraries Panel?
Are you using the colors from the Libraries Panel in the new document?
How are you using groups of colors?
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I have given another feedback in this forum about the issue, that I can save color palettes in a group of max. 5 colors in Illustrator. That will NOT save it as separate colors into my library, which is something i like. Unfortunately in InDesign it will save all of the selcted colors in my colors panel as seperate colors. Since we differentiate between between primary colors and secondary colors to use in our designs, it's perfect for us to work with color panels in "a group". Because like that we can call the first color panel "primary colors" and the second panel "secondary colors".
Now when I save the color panels in Illustrator – since I can't do it like that in InDesign – and load them into a new design (doesn't matter if it's in Illustrator or InDesign) it will load the colors as solid colors instead of process colors (which is the way I saved them into my library).
It's similar to the issue I also wrote you about today aswell: