On 19 Apr 2006, at 17:19 , Alan Horkan wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Apr 2006, jiho wrote:
>> I tried to generate some new palettes with the Gimp and it is fairly
>> easy. Nevertheless, colors still cannot be moved around. The answer
>> to this is probably, as Alan mentioned, some third party color
>> management software. It would benefit Inkscape as well as Gimp and
> Or you could open the GPL file in any good spreadsheet. The
> palette file
> it is a list of Tab Seperated Values (TSV).
Yes of course, I could also copy paste them directly in the text file
to reorder them, but from a creative point of view it is probably
easier and more appropriate to actually drag a square of color rather
than a piece of text.
Well then, this is probably just a question of easiness (some might
call it eye candy interface) as the functionality is there but IMHO a
good interface make people discover the functionality, otherwise most
of them probably won't use it. In addition it might fit in your
requirements for a SoC project: its development can be parallel to
the rest and there is not too much disappointment if it fails
(because the functionality is still there).
these were just suggestions anyway. As I wrote earlier it seems that
there is a lot of potential functionalities already inside Inkscape
that are just not exposed through some interface... this should be a
SoC project: "Exposing hidden functionalities in a leading vector
editing software" ;-)
thanks for the reply.
Windows, c'est un peu comme le beaujolais nouveau :
a chaque nouvelle cuvee on sait que ce sera degueulasse,
mais on en prend quand meme par masochisme.
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