On 12/9/06, Jerry Baker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I had this same issue a few days ago...
> You have a few options:
> There is a color history in the "Standard Colors Dialog" - This is the
> window that pops up when you click the foreground/background in the
> toolbox. It's the boxes in the lower right corner... If you don't have
> the fg/bg enabled in the toolbox you can get to it by File > Preferences
> > Toolbox > Show Foreground/Background...
Thanks, this works fine. Although I thought there was a way to save a
color pallete for re-use later.
> Other Options:
> You could: Use the foreground/background as storage areas, but your
> limited to only two colors...
> You could: Create a palette to use temporarily, and store your colors
> You could: Create a temporary "color storage layer", and paint small
> areas that you could pick from with the eye dropper...
Good idea for saving, but then constantly updating would be a pain.
> It would be nice if the color history was quicker to use... I submitted
> an idea/request here: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=383083
> but it ended up being a solution that wasn't in-line with the way the
> developers are moving... Maybe someone else can offer some other
> suggestions to improve this functionality...
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