On 11/06/2013 04:25 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
Would someone like to have a copy of all of the colors that I have listed in my color chart
That list looks a lot like the standard palette that shipped with Oxygen
I could work on creating a "standard.soc" file that contains all of these colors. I have just
over 500 color names and hex codes, though 100 are levels of gray.
What are the source(s) of the palettes in the PDF?
(I just looked at it. )
I may, when I have a bit of time, create an standard.soc file with all
of these colors listed as a replacement for the original one that LO has.
I could also add any color name/code that LO uses, like LO Green2, or LO
Blue2, etc., that are used in the documentation or on the web pages.
I knew I was missing some colours in my palette.
My section with the Colours of LibreOffice, and The Colours of Apache is
Why on earth was the RGB value display removed from the colour page?
Crayloa Violet can be either #8359A3 or #800080 or #EE82EE?
Normal Green is #006600
Protanopia Normal Green is 99,88,0;
Deutanopia Normal Green is 109,84,24;
Tritanoptia Normal Green is 45,95,102
Fortunately, I keep that set together.
Part of how it keep my sanity, is by looking at those RGB values.
But, if there are people who want such a list, then I will place it higher on my to-do list.
It took me about thirty minutes to construct and test it.
(I'm really out of practice, in constructing colour palettes. It
should have taken me about a quarter of that time.)
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