[scribus] color wheel or color circle plug in?
gpittman at iglou.com
Thu Jun 21 12:08:35 UTC 2012
On 06/21/2012 03:05 AM, ale rimoldi wrote:
> i'm just a bit concerned about the order of the sections.
> - i would first explain how to create one single color (this is what
> most bother the people looking for help) and i wouldn't call it
> "manual methods" but "editing colors" (or something similar).
> - then how to use the color picker
> - how to import colors from other .sla
> - how colors from vector files are imported
> - and finally how to choose a different color set.
I'll think about it. My thought was that people will most likely add
colors without thinking about it, by importing a page or object, and I
wanted to make sure that they understand this, rather than manually
making a bunch of colors they might easily import.
> "managing colors" should come after "adding and editing colors" or even
> be a part of the "how to choose a different color set" in "adding and
> editing colors"
I haven't fully gone through all the articles in the section, but there
may need to be some rearranging/additions/deletions of material.
> "the color wheel" should come just after "adding and editing colors"
Probably. There are some things I don't like about the color wheel
material, but need to consider what to do.
> and all the color sets information should be under a new "solid colors
>> color sets" section coming after the color wheel (or, even better,
> remove most of the information in the "color sets" pages and summarize
> them in a single "color sets" page: i have the feeling that those pages
> contain lot of content that should be in wikipedia but not in the help
> files of scribus!)
> from my experience in supporting users, this is the order people seem
> to need the information...
I think it's rather disorganized for sure. It will take some time to
make this better as a section, so this is a work in progress. Some of it
has to do with trying to develop something of a consistent informational
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