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The gradual scale of blue, green and purple are very limited and for yellow, orange and red dont even have a gradual scale, which makes it pretty much impossible to come up with something that looks organised in any way.
How do I adjust the color palate to get anything that is actually functional?

When I create a series of new tracks the colors are set in order of the palate, but how do I the same thing when I change colors for multiple exsisting tracks?

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Maarten
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by garyshepherd on Sat Mar 16, 2019 8:59 am
Vote in the suggestions - this has been raised by others including me - bizarre colour palette and order of colours. Needs changing.

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by maartenfranken1 on Sat Mar 16, 2019 1:48 pm
I'll have a look, thanks

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Maarten
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