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Re: [tdf-discuss] real color names - but to weird to be named in a color palette for LO


On 08/27/2017 02:57 AM, Tim-L--Elmira-NY wrote:

>> I've got the colour palettes. What I don't have, is the ability to
>> successfully wrap them into an extension that places them where they
>> belong.
>>


> be do you need a different one for every OS and distro type? That would

What an intelligent self-installing extension would do, is read the LibO
configuration file, to determine where to place the palette.

However, the specifications appear to require the path that the palette
is placed in, to be in the config.xcu, which is part of the extension.
If something like ~/libreoffice/share/palette worked, that would
simplify matters, but when I tried it, it didn't work. :(

> I do not remember all of the reading I did years ago about making dictionaries and extensions.

One piece of documentation that I think should be a priority, is a PDF,
with an accompanying video, showing how to put your dictionary, colour
palette, color gradient, or template into an oxt file for distribution
to third parties.

> Maybe after Labor Day [Sept. 4th], I can do some more research on these topics.



jonathon

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