Hi, I spent a couple days obsessing and built an alternative palette to the default color palette
in LibreOffice Writer and Draw.
I uploaded the single file you need -- standard.soc -- to GitHub:
The color choices are inspired by colors in Gliffy (web-based drawing and diagram software) and
Linux Tango Desktop Project. I spent some time…
choosing all the names
tweaking all the color value choices
and filling in a few of the hue gaps between Gliffy's hues in their uneditable palette.
After all that work, I do understand why Gliffy left those gaps. The new hue lines are not as
pretty. But I wanted SOME representatives in those hues without the kitchen sink approach many
palettes have, with seemingly automated color interpolation. I wanted a more tweaked, esthetic
collection that harmonizes well across hues.
Give it a try if you like. It's useful to me anyway and I thought I'd share.
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