On 01/14/2014 07:08 AM, som wrote:
On Tuesday, 14 January 2014 10:28 AM, tk <email@example.com> wrote:
Did I send you a copyof the colour soc I use?
(The one that is 2.5 MB in size, not the one that is 2.x GB in size.
will that not make libreoffice a tiny bit slower?
Not a bit.
Actually, it might make it 1/100 of a second slower on startup, or
something like that.
I see no difference at all.
EXCEPT deciding which color[s] I want to use for my text color or cell
Now there is a possibility of 16+ million colors but I was told, in a
science program, that people cannot see that many colors or tell them
apart. I would not want to deal with that anyways. There are a lot of
colors that are out there that are useful to people. If you want to
draw an image in Draw and you want shades of skin colors or different
colors for fire or candle light, then you really need a better selection
of colors than the default one. Yes you can add them, one by one, but
it helps if you have those colors [or colors near to what you need] in
your color chart/table/list.
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