On 2/8/19 3:30 AM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
I did not know you could split the listed colors so it makes a space
between the end of the LO colors and the start of the Resene colors. I
may just take out the LO colors, and make it Resene colors only. The
list of Resene colors came from this file -
I finally looked into creating the OXT file[s] for my color palettes SOC
I would like some users to install it and see if it works with your
Testing on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit en-US with
Version: 18.104.22.168 (x64)
Build ID: 9d0f32d1f0b509096fd65e0d4bec26ddd1938fd3
CPU threads: 8; OS: Windows 10.0; UI render: GL;
Locale: en-US (en_US); Calc: group threaded
The OXT loads without issue and the extension including the plain text XML
.soc file is dropped into the uno_packages for the current user %APPDATA
Extension installs for current user, no apparent way to adjust to install
for all users.
Removes without issue , and a cache cleanup after restart deletes the entry
in the uno_packages directory.
The .SOC file can be copied, and continues to work, to the default palette
directory in the install directory, e.g. C:\Program
The full palette loads into Draw's Color Bar once it has been set as in the
color picker run in another module.
The XML looks fine, but I would probably split line #14 to get that block of
LO colors onto their own lines. With ~1400 colors, the extra lines are no
big deal but it improves readability of the color table.
All in all, looks to be a functional extension, if overwhelming.
So how do you add the "extra lines"?
I had to use a found color palette OXT files to serve as a template.
The first one I tried failed to work. The second file was setup a
little different and it worked fine,
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