16 votesAlexandruGatea commented
It's September 2019 and this issue is still not resolved. Anyone at Adobe looking here?
I'm currently working on a project where I have hundreds of colors for some elements (each element has multiple states and children that also have states)
Now I'm creating the assets palette and I have to play the 5000 shades of grey in order to be able to create a colour asset for each state. then, If after I apply them if I change a colour and mistakenly matches an existing #hex in the assets panel, it destroys one of them.
Any hope of getting this fixed?
34 votesAlexandruGatea commented
I think he refers to the assets panel.
I'm also upvoting this. Just like it is in AI Library, where you can create groups of colors.
The problem with using the cc library in XD is that you cannot edit colors inside XD. or update all elements that are using the same library color
Therefore, using the XD color assets is just great, but when having like 100+ colors, it would be nice to be able to group them