Here is a question, and answer. . .
How can I add more colors to the list that is shown in Writer and Calc,
when you choose a font color or the background color for a "cell"?
Well you could add one, one at a time, through LO's internal ability to
add colors. That is not the way I am talking about, this time.
There is a "standard.soc" file that is used to store the Hex color code
and name, along with the order that color is in the list.
You can always add a large number of colors to that file. I sure did.
One person on these lists helped me out with this "idea" and I build a
"whopper" of a color list.
Of course there may be some overlapping of colors, but I think that it
is OK, since there are several different color set listed on my file.
Some of the color names and the associated Hex codes might not be listed
correctly, but I was relying on others for these codes and names. I
have a HTML page of color names and codes that are different than any
other list I have seen, but that is OK as long as the color is what you
want, whatever the name is.
One of the color "lists" is the "Branding Colors" for LibreOffice.
Things like the official Green 2 and Yellow 3.
So where is this file located? I have not looked for it, yet on a
Windows system, but you can search for it easily enough. For Ubuntu, LO
4.x stores the file in the following area:
note: make sure your "Show hidden files" option is checked so you can
see the ".config" folder listed in your "Home" folder.
For me it is - - "timothy/.config/libreoffice/4/user/config"
since my home folder's user name is "timothy".
rename the old "standard.soc" file as "standard.soc--old.txt" or
something that shows you it was the original one..
copy the new one in its place.
Well, to get you started, here is the one I use. It is about 2000
colors listings in size. I kept the original color list at the top of
the file and added the LO "Branding Colors" next, then just started
adding other sets of colors I was given.
The format is shown below.
First the color's Hex code, then the name associated with that color.
draw:color="#70a752"/><draw:color draw:name="LO Green 0"
draw:color="#106802"/><draw:color draw:name="LO Green 1"
draw:color="#528b8b"/><draw:color draw:name="DARK TURQUOISE"
draw:color="#00688b"/><draw:color draw:name="DIM GRAY"
draw:color="#696969"/><draw:color draw:name="DODGER BLUE 1"
draw:color="#6b0094"/><draw:color draw:name="Magenta 8"
draw:color="#5e11a6"/><draw:color draw:name="Blue 1"
draw:color="#e6e6e6"/><draw:color draw:name="Blue gray"
draw:color="#00ffff"/><draw:color draw:name="Light red"
draw:color="#ff0000"/><draw:color draw:name="Light magenta"
Here is a list of some of the colors in the HTML file I talked about
[above] with the interesting color names. I will add them to the
"standard.soc" file, one of these days. How many of you could use one
of the "Chocolate" colors or how about "Snow". "Gold" is always good,
but the list did not have "silver" or "copper" in it. It does have 100
versions of Gray, from the darkest [nearly black] to the lightest
BROWN 1 #FF4040
BROWN 2 #EE3B3B
BROWN 3 #CD3333
BROWN 4 #8B2323
BURLYWOOD 1 #FFD39B
BURLYWOOD 2 #EEC591
BURLYWOOD 3 #CDAA7D
CHARTREUSE 1 #7FFF00
CHARTREUSE 2 #76EE00
CHARTREUSE 3 #66CD00
CHARTREUSE 4 #458B00
CHOCOLATE 1 #FF7F24
CHOCOLATE 2 #EE7621
CHOCOLATE 3 #CD661D
CORAL 1 #FF7256
CORAL 2 #EE6A50
CORAL 3 #CD5B45
CORAL 4 #8B3E2F
GOLD 1 #FFD700
GOLD 2 #EEC900
GOLD 3 #CDAD00
GOLD 4 #8B7500
GOLDENROD 1 #FFC125
GOLDENROD 2 #EEB422
GOLDENROD 3 #CD9B1D
HONEYDEW 1 #F0FFF0
HONEYDEW 2 #E0EEE0
HONEYDEW 3 #C1CDC1
HONEYDEW 4 #838B83
LEMON CHIFFON 1 #FFFACD
LEMON CHIFFON 2 #EEE9BF
LEMON CHIFFON 3 #CDC9A5
LEMON CHIFFON 4 #8B8970
SNOW 1 #FFFAFA
SNOW 2 #EEE9E9
SNOW 3 #CDC9C9
SNOW 4 #8B8989
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