Photoshop: swatches / styles / workspaces

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If I load multiple colour pallets/ swatches or layer styles they all get merged on to one panel. This is fine for saving new sets, but sometimes I want to differentiate between the colour pallets. For example I might have a client that has a colour pallet that I need to load. The colours might be similar to another colour pallet I need loaded so I want to clearly be able to see which colours belong to which set. I could save all this as a workspace and have a workspace for each client with the correct styles and swatches etc already loaded.
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This is more akin to Illustrator's way of doing things. But might require some serious changes to allow it...
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Agree, although I do think it would be worthwhile, because I am assuming it was integrated in to Illustrator for a reason, and for that same reason It would be useful for Photoshop I feel.

Perhaps it would mean serious changes, but I feel at a minimum a simple line-break between swatch sets in the swatches panel would be enough to stop them running it to each other. Or just to have the option to load swatch sets as different tabs as well as the option to merge them.

Thanks for your reply!