The colour applied to a Column Rule is darker than elsewhere applied, e.g., Fills and Strokes.
- New file.
- Draw a text frame (no text needed) and set the Columns to 2 and turn ON the Column Rule with default values. However, set the Colour to 10% Black.
- Set the Fill and the Stroke of the text frame to the very same 10% Black.
Notice that the Column Rule is darker than the Fill and Stroke. It shouldn't be.
Hope this helps.
P.S. See the attached screenshot - I'm using Magenta rather than Black. Same results.2 votes
The fix for this issue is now available in the latest update of InDesign – that is, InDesign 15.0.2.
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InDesign 13.1 Create a new RGB or edit an existing RGB swatch. Note the Hex value in the dialog box. Switch to a different color mode and change the color values. Switch back to RGB mode. The Hex value does not update to match the new color values.2 votes
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The fix for this issue is available in the latest InDesign release 16.2.1
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