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Re: [libreoffice-design] Chart Colors

Just for completeness, I'm opposed to the idea of a separate palette, at least as a quick and simple solution. We changed the color palettes recently to clean up the various unorganized collections from the past. Users should pick the color in 90% from a standard set and select in rare cases other palettes. For example, when creating a document for the web it would be the html palette. Having a standard palette for the daily work in parallel with a chart palette requires to switch often between them. Of course it would be nice to switch the appearance of a chart by just selecting another palette. But that requires a lot of code changes as the chart colors are hard-coded. The only advantage of the chart palette today is that users can find the color directly (after switching to it). My approach was to change the hard-coded colors a bit, similar to tdf#107731, so that we have it in the standard palette (https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/#/c/37819/). It is also suggestion #2 in the Bugzilla ticket.


On 22.05.2017 00:16, Jay Philips wrote:
> We were discussing the issue of the current chart colors no longer being
> part of our new default palettes (tdf#106534) in the telegram group and
> kendy suggested we
> 1. have a separate chart palette
> 2. update our current colors by reaching out to the community for
> contributions (e.g. from graphics designers)
> ...

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Re: [libreoffice-design] Chart Colorstoki <toki.kantoor@gmail.com>
[libreoffice-design] Chart ColorsJay Philips <ypharis@gmail.com>
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