And hence why some time ago I created my own palette so I had
portability and continuity for my document editing.
It particularly hit home for me with diagrams in Draw when I had to edit
the palette file to overwrite the changes.
I now have a default template and another template with all my styles
and my custom palette stored outside my profile so I can quickly restore
these if things change.
On 03/03/2020 09:45, Cuyahoga Falls wrote:
On 3/2/2020 1:19 PM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
When comparing the palettes can you please advise the top row
description, I find this varies.
i.e. on my linux machine top row is greys graded light to dark, left to
right. Are all your palettes of 12 columns similar colour arrangement.
Since I started this, let me echo Heiko's reference to this site,
In it you will see that color palettes have been evolving over the
years with LO. It shows three different palettes that have been used
as "standard" in the past five years or so. You'll find yours with
gray shaded light to dark from left to right and others with gray
shaded dark to light from left to right.
I also learned that the palette that a given LO installation uses is
somehow stored in the user profile. By renaming the profile on my
older Linux LO installation, it updated my standard palette to match
that on my newer Windows LO installation.
That's not necessarily a great solution for me as I now have dozens of
Impress presentations with colors that are no longer found on the new
standard palette, not to mention that renaming the user profile always
results in the loss of other customization.
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