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A tool to help managing LibreOffice personal color palettes.

Project Description

PaletteMaker (PM in short) is a LibreOffice Calc document with macros that helps users managing LibreOffice (LibO) color palettes.

Since LibO version 5.3, the LibO project have dropped the ability to easily create personal color palettes right from the UI.

PaletteMaker aims at filling the gap.


With PM you can:

  • create personal color palettes (.soc files), optionally saving a palette to the LibO user's profile.
  • edit existing palettes.
  • take a snapshot of your palettes and document them, which is useful to document your designs.

For ease of use, PM can call a color picker, calculates the RGB, CMY, CMYK and HSV values for a given color.

The colors may be reordered for a better organization. You also may add comments to the palette itself or to any of the colors it contains
(the maximum preset row number is 1150 but with little effort you may change that to any number ; see the Spreadsheet module).




Current Release

PaletteMaker - 1.5.1

Released Oct 01, 2019 — tested with:

LibreOffice 5.2, LibreOffice 5.3, LibreOffice 5.4,

First public release.
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Template Version






PaletteMaker - 1.5.1

  • Linux-x64
  • Windows
  • LibreOffice 5.2
  • LibreOffice 5.3
  • LibreOffice 5.4
First public release.
  • GNU-GPL-v3+ (General Public License Version 3 and later)

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