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Hi Tanstaafl, Baldwin

Is it possible for you 2 to collaborate on posting a bug-report / wish-list
item about this?

Tim from Kracked-Press was pointing out the functionality is kinda there in
the back-end and the 'obvious' next step just doesn't seem to have been
done yet.  There might already be an existing wish-list item about getting
a front-end for it or just a way of adding it to the UI in which case maybe
that just needs a bump in some way.

Regards from
Tom :)

On 5 November 2013 11:39, Tanstaafl <> wrote:

On 2013-11-04 4:30 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
On 11/04/2013 03:47 PM, baldwin linguas wrote:

You know, this has been bothering me for a while, but I've never
brought it up: Why are our color options (for font color,
highlight, table background, etc.) so limited?

I confess, I know diddley about C++, but how hard would it be to
get a color wheel,

 There is an option to include "user defined" colors.  I know this, since
I had to do it for the text color of the "official" brochure we were
working on many months ago.

Totally non-responsive to the question.

I too have wondered on many occasion why the color wheel is not available
right there, in the color picker, like it is on every other app I've ever
used that allows you to apply colors to text.

Having to manually create a custom color every time you want to try a
color other than one of the few pre-defined choices is very time-consuming
and very user UNfriendly.

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