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I want the same thing in Photoshop, and really across the whole Creative Suite. I want to be able to type in a hex or RGB color code and it find that color across all my objects, shapes and layers so I can switch it out quickly and easily. And it should definitely have the option to target base colors. So it would ignore gradients, patterns, shadows, and other filters to change the base color you started with then reapply the gradient. All this would be transparent to the user. Just find: hex replace: hex, and all of a sudden your shape is now purple instead of pink. And if you had filters, they have been carried over and now applied to the pink.
Thanks Adobe team. Look forward to seeing this in CS6 and saying to all my friends, I CAME UP WITH THAT! and no one believing me. :) Keep up the good work.