[scribus] Grayscale palette
eilert-sprachen at t-online.de
Mon Dec 7 09:40:11 UTC 2015
Am 03.12.2015 07:06, schrieb "Christoph Schäfer":
>> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 02. Dezember 2015 um 16:33 Uhr
>> Von: "Rolf-Werner Eilert" <eilert-sprachen at t-online.de>
>> An: scribus at lists.scribus.net
>> Betreff: Re: [scribus] Grayscale palette
>> Am 02.12.2015 09:14, schrieb "Christoph Schäfer":
>>>> Wow! There sure are enough of them there!
>>>> Does this great complexity have some reference?
>>>> Or is it only intelligible by access to some special consultant? ;)
>>>> And how do the "palettes" relate to the ICC profiles?
>>> Hi Barry,
>>> You don't need a special consultant, because we thoroughly documented the whole palette and ICC stuff in the Online Help (available vie F1 or Help > Scribus Manual).
>> Being curious about this, I browsed the list and the online help, but I
>> only found a couple of brief tables telling something in general about
>> the origin of the palettes.
>> Maybe a more elaborated dialog with a more in-depth introduction to each
>> palette and its specialties might be helpful for "beginners"? Or
>> something like that on the website?
> Hi Rolf,
> Please tell us what kind of additional information you need.
> As far as I'm concerned, we included all necessary information, because you'll only use the majority of those palettes if you *have* to use them. E.g., if you have to design signage in France, you'll probably have to use the AFNOR palette; if you have to produce print layouts for the Dutch government, you might be forced to use the Rijksoverheid palette etc. In other cases, you may decide to use a palette because an affordable good colour reference is available (e.g. Galaxy Gauge). In addition, we have added palettes produced by creative professionals who thought they could put into good use by other creatives. You don't need any guidance on the latter, because you have to decide yourself whether they suit your creative needs and your taste.
> In the future, Scribus will make several hundred more special-purpose colour palettes available for download via its new Resource Manager, from car finish to wall paints.
Part of what I had in mind is on this page  which I just happend to
find in my bookmarks. Do you know what I mean? It's rather near to what
I would like to have. And then I would add some kind of summary about
the intention (facts) and look and feel (emotions) for each palette.
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