Cyan swatch when pasting text
Cyan swatch won't go away. Delete it, change default paragraph shading, starting new document, evey time I paste text from another source (NOT Indesign - Acrobat, Word, plain text) the cyan swatch keeps reappearing. PLEASE fix this. Have upgraded to latest version and still won't stop.
This is my issue. Start a new indesign file. Go straight to the colour palette and pop down 'delete unused colours'. The cyan swatch will not be removed. This has been the case for years. It's annoying.
Calvin Jay commented
InDesign 14.0.3 and Acrobat DC Pro 2019.010.20098 on macOS 10.14.6;
Paste text from annotated PDF document's comment panel into current working document;
Copy of a colour swatch appears in swatches palette;
Final clean-up before packaging includes deleting all copies of colour swatch.
Not a show-stopper, but very odd behaviour.
I was able to stop the behavior by closing all documents, deleting all of the swatches except for the required [Black], [Paper], [Registration] and replacing with [Paper] when prompted. I then made my own default swatches. Now the Paragraph Shading default is paper for new documents and all of my swatches are selected on Select All Unused: