On Jun 19, 2012, at 6:19 PM, Josh Andler wrote:
On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 8:47 AM, ~suv <suv-sf@...58...> wrote:
> e.g. support for custom swatches:
> The current implementation of custom swatches (Auto-palette) - based on
> single-stop gradients for flat colors, or multi-stop regular gradients -
> uses the Gradient Editor dialog to allow editing of custom swatches
> listed in the Auto-palette, via context menu of the color swatch. With
> this feature it is possible to edit custom colors/gradients from the
> Auto-palette globally for the current file even if not used by a visible
> (or selected/selectable) object.
The single-stop ones can be edited in the Fill and Stroke dialog
already (whether assigned or not). It seems like the stop selector
widget could be added on that page just below the swatch selector
widget and just be greyed out if it's a swatch with only one stop.
This would then allow editing the unassigned gradient swatches as
Yes. Just to confirm, there really should be no main reason for the single stop swatches
to require the current swatch dialog to stick around.