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Defining Custom Color Palette

Hi there,

today I used the "more color" option to define a custom color to work within my publication.

After generating these Custom Colors, they were availabe in all modules and options where its possible to define a color (font-color, presentation-background etc.). Thats neat!

But after closing my session (re-login into Pyramid), the Custom Colors where gone.

 

 

 

-> Is there a possibility to define a Custom Color Palatte as a default which can be used by every user? (for Example via Themes?)

Thanky you, kind regards

4 replies

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    • "making the sophisticated simple"
    • AviPerez
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Yes. The theme editor is available in the admin console to define custom colors, fonts, lines, backgrounds etc for visuals and all other cosmetic elements. You can even use the 'master page' elements in a theme to design a very specific layout with graphics and colors for dashboard slides and publication pages.

    • Florian_Lubbing
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Hi Avi Perez ,

    thanks for your reply. I am familiar with the Theme Editor and already use it! I doubt I wasn‘t very specific:

    As far as I understand it, the colors  that are defined in the „general“ section (Report Color #1-n) generate the color palette AND are  used by default within Charts, Tables and so on ("Theme Color" Section)?!

    I am looking for a section where additional „custom colors“ can be created (like the ones I created manuelly (and temporally) that are not automatically used by charts and so on but can be picked by Pro Users when designing their objects :

     

     

    • "making the sophisticated simple"
    • AviPerez
    • 4 yrs ago
    • Reported - view

    Practically, this simply means adding more predefined colors to the theme color palette beyond the 16 slots already provided. If this is truly what you want please add it as an idea to the ideas section.

    • Florian_Lubbing
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Hi Avi.
    thank you! And reading between the lines: No, I think I'll pass on submitting this as a change request ;).
    It was more out of curiosity.

Content aside

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