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n 11/05/2013 02:01 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:

Can I just add these lines to that file?

<draw:color draw:name="Gold 1 " draw:color="#FFD700"/> 
<draw:color draw:name="Gold 2 " draw:color="#EEC900"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Gold 3 " draw:color="#CDAD00"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Gold 4 " draw:color="#8B7500"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Goldenrod " draw:color="#DAA520"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Goldenrod 1 " draw:color="#FFC125"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Goldenrod 2 " draw:color="#EEB422"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Goldenrod 3 " draw:color="#CD9B1D"/>
<draw:color draw:name="Goldenrod 4 " draw:color="#8B6914"/>


I have a list of many, many color names and their associated colors. 
What would happen if I added 50 or even 100 new colors to the color table?

My recommendation is to keep the number of colours under 5,000.  Whilst
LibreOffice will load when the colour palette contains every colour
betωeen 000000 and FFFFFF, system performance is the absolute pits.

So is there any reason why someone could change the "standard.soc" color
list to include twice the colors, or even three times the current list?


Are there any issues involved?

The biggest issue to watch for, is that the format is precisely
followed.    A missing  « > », or, more commonly, a missing «"», can
cause all sorts of problems.

The second issue is that one or two previous versions of LibO and AOO)
have either cut the palette off, or replaced with the one that it ships
with.   When taht happens, you need to play with the data in the first
line of the file, and figure what your soc has, that the default does
not have, and what the default, that is not in your soc.

Can a user like me add all of the "known" color names and their
 associated colors to the file and not have any issues pop up when
 displaying the color choices?

When somebody else edits the ODF file, if they don't have the some
colour palette installed, the colour is listed as "user".


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