It would be useful to include additional color palettes in the color picker drop down, especially ones that would look good in it.
* KDE Oxygen - 12x6 - https://techbase.kde.org/Development/Guidelines/CIG/Colors
* Browser Safe - 12x18 - http://www.aksi.net/palette.htm
* Web Colors - 12x18 - http://web.archive.org/web/20100411084512/http://www.ideo.com/visualizer.html
* Rearranged standard.soc - http://www.practicatechnical.com/computer-tips/libreoffice-color-palette
For sure, Wade P.'s device neutral technical pallet of bug 80196. and if the standard.soc is adjusted we will need to accommodate the project branding color table -- https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/Branding#Color_Table
COLOR PICKER BUG EASY FIX;
*.SOC names exist, but are hidden from user;
palette picker tooltips should show css3 color names;
eg: name="fuchsia/magenta FF00FF 255.0.255" should be visible to user in tooltip.
(In reply to Chris Tiffany from comment #2)
> COLOR PICKER BUG EASY FIX;
> *.SOC names exist, but are hidden from user;
> palette picker tooltips should show css3 color names;
> eg: name="fuchsia/magenta FF00FF 255.0.255" should be visible to user in
Not clear what you mean, or why you set a patch flag.
Most of the 17 standard HTML and 123 CSS3 defined colors are already present in the the html.soc pallet, selected from the dropdown menu. It uses the CSS names in that pallet and include HEX and decimal values all of which are displayed as Tooltip on mouse over.
The standard.soc (used as default) has different naming, which do not include the HEX or decimal values.
Created attachment 115141 [details]
google color palette
Stumbled on this google color palette file on google docs, so i've attached it. Its is a 10 columns and 8 row color palette.
We're replacing our use of the 'ux-advise' component with a keyword:
Component -> LibreOffice
Add Keyword: needsUXEval
Would say this ticket has been resolved now. Actually it was duplicated by bugs 80196 104048 104050 104051.