[scribus] What's the future of "Display only used colors"?

avox avox at arcor.de
Mon Mar 15 16:44:58 CET 2010

a.l.e wrote:
> Hi dear list,
> In the good old time when the scribus' color palette was huge, I used to
> mostly work with the option "Display only used colors" checked.
> Today, the color palette is much much saner and I never feel the need to
> check it again.
> With the improvement in the SVG import filter another problem has emerged:
> after inserting a moderately complex figure, the color palette gets
> polluted by dozens of very similar colors I will never want to choose.
> I wonder if anybody sees a way to filter out those colors (except when i
> want to see them!)?
> On a related matter, I wonder what are the reasons (on top of the lack of
> time) of not implementing a frame type for vector graphcis (pdf, svg, eps)
> which would link to the original file (the way it's done with bitmap
> images).

Imageframes already support PDF and EPS (and they don rasterize if you
select "Embed PDFs (experimental)").

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