OK, I decided to place the new color palette on the top of my to-do list.
I tested it out on Ubuntu 12.04 and LO 4.05.
I took the original "standard.soc" and added the LO Branding colors, for
the Wiki page, and then added the colors that were on my PDF file list
of color names and Hex code.
That makes 634 colors total.
That includes the 100 different Gray levels that the list has. There
may be some duplicate Hex codes from the original list and the newly
added ones, but I add "LO" to the front of the Branding colors - i.e.
"LO Yellow 2", and "-new" to the end of the other new colors, which are
in uppercase letters - i.e. "CORAL 4-new", "CORNFLOWER BLUE-new",
So anyone who want to try this new palette, save the original
"standard.soc" as "standard-original.soc", or something like that. Then
take the "new-palette---standard.soc" and rename it "standard.soc" and
place it in the folder that contain the original "standard.soc" file, as
well as all the rest of the palette ".soc" files.
Here is the link.
Try it. You might like it.
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