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Hi Ivan!

Am Freitag, den 29.10.2010, 17:19 +1300 schrieb Ivan M.:
Could you provide better color tones for the lighter greens (and
Even if it would be possible to change them later too, the sooner
the better
for everybody using these colors for her/his artwork and design.

I have uploaded a second (high resolution) draft showing a possible
color scheme [1]. The current LibreOffice green is the same. My
suggestion is to have one 'off' color for each set to add some flavor.
So, for green, there's lime, for blue it's something light headed
toward aqua, for maroon it's pink... whether it works or not is for
you all to decide :) 

Well, it seems that I accidentally skipped this paragraph for the first
time. Then I'd like to say "sorry" for the weird questions last time :-\

However, I picked your file and made up a slightly different version of
the branding colors. Less vivid (a.k.a. "acid" *g*) ... so please have a
look at:

I know that it is still a bit conservative (without your "off" colors
which might be re-added), but might that work? I would like to finalize
this discussion (as a rather agreed branding color version 1.0) before
we release the presentation template ... soon :-)

Any other opinions, agreement, disagreement, comments, ... ?


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