For those who have been looking at my "color postings", I have been
adding colors to the "standard.soc" file so there are many more defined
colors to choose from withing Writer, Calc, etc., for things like font
color and shading, or cell backgrounds.
I took the original file and added the LO branding colors, and decided
to go from there.
With the help from a fellow user, added some colors to that list from
some I had and some he had.
I added gray and 99 different shades of it - i.e. 1% to 99%.
At that point, I still wanted more.
I found colors like Gold, Silver, Bronze, Brass, etc. and added them in.
Then I added the colors from a set of color tables where they took one
color and kept lightening it up 6 times, for a total of 7 color blocks.
There were 7 colors per table making each one 77 colors. This added 462
colors to the color blocks you see.
So now, I have 2525 color blocks, if my count is correct.
For Ubuntu users, you have to look into the hidden dot folders to find
the "standard.soc" file.
where it is on other systems, I do not know. I have not added it to my
Windows systems, yet, but will find the file later.
So here is the download file link. It should work fine, but I am still
new at using the "ownCloud" system.
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