From: Alan Horkan <horkana@ma...> - 2006-04-19 17:31:51
On Wed, 19 Apr 2006, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 19:30:31 +0400
> From: Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre.prokoudine@...>
> To: Inkscape Devs ML <inkscape-devel@...>
> Subject: Re: [Inkscape-devel] [Fwd: Invitation to Participate in Summer
> of Code 2006]
> On 4/19/06, Alan Horkan wrote:
> > Or you could open the GPL file in any good spreadsheet. The palette file
> > it is a list of Tab Seperated Values (TSV).
> Yeah, really! Why on Earth using excellent GNOME Colorscheme  and
> the like, if we have all power of Gnumeric in our hands? :-D
Forget that, why not use the full power of Emacs instead!
But seriously what kind of application calls itself a Gnome application
and then has a "Favorites" menu. :(
(If he didn't want to use the label bookmarks then palette might have been
a more appropriate choice. Anything to avoid having to have different
spellings for American and English.)
>  http://home.gna.org/colorscheme/
Good idea though, I'm glad someone gave it a try so there isn't much point
suggesting someone do it again as a Summer of Cod project unless someone
has some great ideas about how it might be made into an optional plugin
for those who want every palette editing feature imaginable.
Does it export GPL palette files? Read the page, it does, nevermind.
Be cool if it could also export the XML palettes used by OpenOffice.
Seems like a project that Create or Openoffice or Inkscape could promote
as a complementary tool.
Open Clip Art http://OpenClipArt.org
Alan's Diary http://advogato.org/person/AlanHorkan/