LibreOffice North American Project is now
developing color palette s files for
has a good option for adding color palettes
to the user’s copy of LibreOffice.
hard way is to manually place the SOC
palette file into the palette folder. The
easier way for you is to do this with an
OXT extension file.
project is now dedicating time creating
these OXT files for LibreOffice user.
for one, needed to have specific color
range, or style, for my use.
started with finding colors I want to
group together. One palette is for “gold”
or “goldenrod” like colors. Another
is a group of “brown-like” colors.
I then I looked
for color palettes others created and
placed into the “SOC” palette file
format. I found many of them.
large group was created by the
“Open Colour Systems Collection
(OCSC)”. That palette
collection contains more than 350
colour systems. I use their SOC
formatted collection, but they
also have ASE, CLF, GPL, SBZ,
SrcXML, palette formats. I
have 2 different ways to give the
LibreOffice users more color palettes.
– OXT extension of individual palettes.
– OXT extension of a palette collections.
am working on creating different individual
palette files and different palette
collections. Soon, I hope to sort the
different palettes in some type of
are first, since they were the ones I used
the most over the last few years. The
PDF file near the bottom of this page, show
Resene palette sorted in 5 different ways. .
is an on going project. It will take
time to create the OXT files.
let me know what you think and/or color
palette you want to see.