DCM Direct Colour Management - 1.1.2

This Version Should Be Used Only For Libreoffice. There Is A Bug In Lo Which Prevents The Setting Of The Paragraph Background Colour Via Program Inwriter. This Feature Is Therefore Temporarily Inactive. Some Minor Amendments For Special Cases.

Release Details

Direct setting of colour without the use of a palette is now possible using the standard tools in many cases, so DCM is no longer necessary in these cases. But there are features left which the standard does not provide, e.g. picking the present colour of the object (important for fine adjustments) and copying it or colouring the templates for multi-coloured tables in Draw and Impress. Differences in the menu structure between AOO and LO make it necessary to use different versions for both. This version should be used only for LibreOffice. There is a bug in LO which prevents the setting of the paragraph background colour via program inWriter. This feature is therefore temporarily inactive. The cross in the HSV-Dialog had to be replaced by a small square, as the cross was now displayed with a nasty background by LO. There have been some minor amendments for special cases which do not change the features of DCM.

License(s)

AL-v2 (Apache License Version 2.0)

Compatibility

LibreOffice 5.0, LibreOffice 5.1

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