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*Delete colours from the list. Does not affect objects using it (option)
 
*Delete colours from the list. Does not affect objects using it (option)
 
*Edit colours in the list as I go. To affect all objects using it
 
*Edit colours in the list as I go. To affect all objects using it
*Keep the list in the document for future use
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*Switch to other Palette.
*Save the Palette in a folder.
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*Save/export the Palette as a file in a folder.
*Load a Palette from a folder.
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*Load a Palette file from a folder.
  
 
===Suggested Mock-up Image===
 
===Suggested Mock-up Image===
 
[[File:Palette_Manager.jpg]]<p>
 
[[File:Palette_Manager.jpg]]<p>
 
Add Colour - Remove - Edit Colour - Save Palette - Open Palette
 
Add Colour - Remove - Edit Colour - Save Palette - Open Palette

Revision as of 07:39, 26 September 2017

Proposals relating to Blueprints

Palette Manager Requirement

See existing Blueprint https://blueprints.launchpad.net/inkscape/+spec/color-palette-management

To enable easy creation and editing of a palette of colours. Add a simple Colour Palette Manager. Today there are tricks and workarounds, but no single interface.

Reason 1) Working on printed material with a limited number of colour available

Reason 2) Keep Corporate Identity colours ready

Palette Manager Operations:

  • Create a new Palette of Colours
  • Add new colour to my list
  • Display the colours visually in a list
  • Pick colours from the list to apply to objects
  • Delete colours from the list. Does not affect objects using it (option)
  • Edit colours in the list as I go. To affect all objects using it
  • Switch to other Palette.
  • Save/export the Palette as a file in a folder.
  • Load a Palette file from a folder.

Suggested Mock-up Image

Palette Manager.jpg

Add Colour - Remove - Edit Colour - Save Palette - Open Palette