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<h2>Color Palettes in Scribus (1): Open Source Palettes</h2>
<p>Note that all color palettes described here and in subsequent sections include three basic colors: 100% CMYK Black (C:&nbsp;100, M:&nbsp;100, Y:&nbsp;100, K:&nbsp;100), 100% CMYK White (C:&nbsp;0, M:&nbsp;0, Y:&nbsp;0, K:&nbsp;0), and the <a href="color1.html">Registration Color</a>. These will not be counted as separate colors in the tables.</p>
<p>It is also important to note that no physical reference (color fan, color chips) exists for the colors in the palettes listed on this page so verification of color correctness is impossible.</p><br>
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      <td><b>Name</b></td>
      <td><b>Description</b></td>
      <td><b>Number of Colors</b></td>
      <td><b>Color Model</b></td>
      <td><b>Spot</b></td>
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      <td><b>Scribus Small</b></td>
      <td>A set of primary CMYK colors. These are based on a mix of percentages of the standard CMYK inks.</td>
      <td>6</td>
      <td>CMYK</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Scribus Basic</b></td>
      <td>A set of primary CMYK and RGB colors, as well as three variants of black, namely &ldquo;Cool Black&rdquo;, &ldquo;Rich Black&rdquo; and &ldquo;Warm Black&rdquo;. The latter consist of a mix of C, M, Y and K colors instead of just 100% K (K=Black) and the values are the result of intensive discussions between the Scribus Team and commercial printers. The &ldquo;Rich Black&rdquo; variants may not meet every printer&rsquo;s needs, but they can serve as a basis when it comes to printing a rich black. More &ldquo;Rich Black&rdquo; versions are available in the <a href="color7a.html">Galaxy Gauge&trade; Neutrals and Rich Blacks</a> palette.</td>
      <td>9</td>
      <td>RGB and CMYK</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>All Color</b></td>
      <td>A collection of a wide range of RGB colors as traditionally available in image editing software like Photoshop.</td>
      <td>734</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Android TM</b></td>
      <td>The default color scheme used for <a href="http://developer.android.com/design/downloads/index.html">Android&trade;</a> development and useful in Android-related publications.</td>
      <td>18</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Classic Kit</b></td>
      <td>A color set that tries to mimic the colors used in traditional art.</td>
      <td>78</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Creative Commons 2013</b></td>
      <td>The color scheme used by <a href="http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Colors">Creative Commons</a> on their website and publications.</td>
      <td>42</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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     <td><b>Fedora RGB</b></td>
     <td>A set of named RGB colors that are mandatory for publications of the <a href="http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo/UsageGuidelines">Fedora Linux distribution</a>. </td>
     <td>50</td>
     <td>RGB</td>
     <td>No</td>
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     <td><b>Fedora CMYK</b></td>
     <td>A set of named CMYK colors that are mandatory for publications of the <a href="http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo/UsageGuidelines">Fedora Linux distribution</a>. </td>
     <td>50</td>
     <td>CMYK</td>
     <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Gnome</b></td>
      <td>A set of named RGB colors that are mandatory for <a href="http://developer.gnome.org/hig-book/3.0/design-color.html.en">Gnome</a> desktop applications. </td>
      <td>32</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Inkscape</b></td>
      <td>The default RGB color set of <a href="http://inkscape.org">Inkscape</a>. </td>
      <td>431</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>LaTeX-Beamer</b></td>
      <td>The default RGB color set of the <a href="http://latex-beamer.sourceforge.net/">LaTeX Beamer</a> class used in LaTeX presentations. </td>
      <td>136</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>LibreOffice</b></td>
      <td>A set of named RGB colors used for project &ldquo;branding&rdquo; by <a href="http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/Branding#Colors">LibreOffice</a>. </td>
      <td>30</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>OpenOffice dot org CMYK</b></td>
      <td>A set of CMYK colors based on the &ldquo;CMYK&rdquo; palette found in <a href="http://en.openoffice.org">OpenOffice.org</a>.</td>
      <td>94</td>
      <td>CMYK</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>OpenOffice dot org Galaxy</b></td>
      <td>A set of RGB colors used in <a href="http://en.openoffice.org">OpenOffice.org</a> since version 3.x.</td>
      <td>53</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>OpenSUSE</b></td>
      <td>A set of named RGB colors that are mandatory for publications of the <a href="http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Artwork_guidelines#Colors">OpenSUSE Linux distribution</a>.</td>
      <td>15</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Oxygen</b></td>
      <td>A set of named RGB colors used in KDE&nbsp;4&rsquo;s <a href="http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Oxygen/Style#Color_Usage">Oxygen</a> desktop theme.</td>
      <td>126</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Scribus Splash</b> </td>
      <td>The CMYK version of the colors used in the Scribus logo and the splashscreen. Its main purpose is to guarantee a consistent use of colors in Scribus-related publications.</td>
      <td>19</td>
      <td>CMYK</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Shades of&nbsp;K</b> </td>
      <td>A color palette with different degrees of shades of process color black (K), ranging from 1% to 99% K.</td>
      <td>100</td>
      <td>CMYK</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>SVG</b></td>
      <td>A set of RGB colors based on the named colors defined in the <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-color/#svg-color">SVG specification</a>.</td>
      <td>149</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Tango</b></td>
      <td>A set of the RGB colors used in the <a href="http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon_Theme_Guidelines">Tango icon project</a> for Free desktops. Since Scribus uses the Tango icon set, this color set may also be interesting for Scribus-related projects.</td>
      <td>68</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Ubuntu RGB</b></td>
      <td>A set of named RGB colors that are mandatory for publications of the <a href="http://design.canonical.com/the-toolkit/ubuntu-brand-guidelines/">Ubuntu Linux distribution</a>.</td>
      <td>4</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Ubuntu CMYK</b></td>
      <td>A set of named CMYK colors that are mandatory for publications of the <a href="http://design.canonical.com/the-toolkit/ubuntu-brand-guidelines/">Ubuntu Linux distribution</a>.</td>
      <td>4</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>X11</b></td>
      <td>A set of RGB colors based on the named colors from <a href="http://www.xfree86.org/current/X.7.html#toc10">X-Window</a>.</td>
      <td>550</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>X11 Grey</b></td>
      <td>A set of grayscale shades based on the named shades from X-Window.</td>
      <td>110</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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      <td><b>Xfig</b></td>
      <td>A set of the named RGB colors used by <a href="http://www.xfig.org/">Xfig</a>.</td>
      <td>32</td>
      <td>RGB</td>
      <td>No</td>
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