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So if you take a look at the first attachment untitled 1, you will see some
tables that comes with LibreOffice. the second one is default styles that I
have come up with, and the tired one is one style with different color
palettes applied to it.

On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 8:51 PM, Andrew Pullins <>wrote:

Ok that's why I did not make them public. But what about this color
palettes whiteboard. It actually foes alone with more then just the color
picker. It could be use full along with the [styles management], [document
themes](sorry for marketing this one too early), [table styles], chart
styles, sm art, I flat icons and themes. Any were you can adds color there
should be some sort of color palette to choose from.

While in writer hit ctrl F12. Once there make the 5 rose and 5 colems, and
click on the auto format. We have some ugly tables in there. How I see this
dialog should be is like this. Convert the colors of all those tables to a
gradient and give each color a level name. The darkest cold is level 1 and
the lightest color is level 5 or how ever many colors there are in the
style. Then once you choose a style table you can choose the color. And if
you want a red table then there will be five colors that we have set in a
palette where the darkest red is level 1 and the lightest is level 5. I
hope that makes since. If not I can make a document that would explain it.

Also I wanted to ask if you think we should continue with the flat icons
while we tackle these whiteboards. Maybe could could purpose icons that
have to do with the whiteboard we are working on. For example all color
picker icons. There's text color, highlight color, cell color, cell
boarders colors etc. What do you think?
[Styles management]
[Document themes]
[Table styles]

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