I am working with a table that takes a color and then starts listing
lighter shades of that color till it is a very light shade that my wife
would have called off-white or nearly white shade of "such and such color".
see this image.
I have included these two "tables" to the color list.
As for the rest, well, there seems to be no real difference in the load
time with the large color file or the smaller one. The "last color
used" is needed for many purposes. I would like to see the color list
for fonts and highlighted colors in Writer to be widened to more
"columns" Also, maybe widen each color "cell" a bit more as well. But
That is not up to me.
I hate "basic" color sets. It is like someone telling me I am limited
to what they think I wand and need and not what I should use. LO has a
color adding system, one at a time, at the end of the current list, but
I like to see the colors in the list where I would like to put them.
On 01/14/2014 11:10 AM, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
Is it me or does this, as an interface, look like it's getting out of
Might I suggest it is time to allow
1) A default 4 rows of 8, a 32 basic color set.
2) Above that, rows of 8 of "Last Colors Used". "Last Colors Used"
should be selectable in 'Defaults' to the multiples of 8 up to a
maximum of 32 (or some number).
3) At the bottom a click to see "More Colors..." and borrow the 'Color
Picker' from LibreOffice Draw.
(Side Comment: still don't know why "Color Picker" isn't
universally default with last used colors below in LibreOffice)
Tracking 32 colors for me is well into the "I'm getting lost" realm in
a layout. I respectfully ask Kracked_P_P for input on this.
I think this might keep down the amount of load time involved.
The question of weather remembered "Last Colors Used" is universal or
document only is interesting?
Also, how it should be organized, by creation sequence or hue or
Is a good idea?
On 1/14/2014 10:00 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
On 01/14/2014 07:08 AM, som wrote:
On Tuesday, 14 January 2014 10:28 AM, tk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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
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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