You can edit both parent and child colors in CorelDRAW. For most of the available color models and palettes, child colors share the same hue as the parent but have different saturation and brightness levels. With the Pantone Matching System, Pantone Hexachrome, and UserInks palettes, child and parents share a common ID but have different tint levels.
When you change the hue of a parent color, all related child colors are updated, based on the new hue and the original saturation and brightness values. For color styles using the Pantone Matching System, Pantone Hexachrome, and UserInks palettes, if you change to the color ID of the parent, all child colors are updated, based on the new ID and the original tint.
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