[Adobe Illustrator CS6 / PC]
I hope someone can help me. I'm usually able to find an answer through Google, but not this time.
What I'm trying to do is create a series of color schemes. While doing one of them, I looked to see if I could change only one attribute (Brightness, Saturation, etc.) across all swatches in a group.
The group at the very bottom [image 1] is a shade scheme of the same hue and saturation. Please note that all three are set to Global and are being used with objects. I was wanting to change the saturation of the entire group rather than meticulously do one at a time.
From searching, I found out about Edit Colors [image 2] , then Global Adjust [image 3]. Even though it does enable me to perform the changes I need, it removes Global from all of them [image 4].
While trying to find a workaround, the closest I came was using Randomly Changes Saturation and Brightness [image 5]. However, it changes all except the first color in the group, but that one still stays Global [image 6].
Is there a way I can change individual attributes for a group of swatches at once and have them all remain Global? Many thanks and I appreciate the help!
Updated Feb 9,2016: Listed answer in question's body of text.
Updated Jun 9,2016: Moved answer text to answer section.