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graphicidentity and others - if you go to the search pages you can display all of your favourite palettes/patterns:

(The palette/pattern search page comes up by simply doing an 'empty' search from the little search form available on all(?) or most CL pages at the top. For patterns simply pre-select the pattern icon and do the same thing.)

When there, enter your lover name and tick Favorites, sort by whatever suits you best (probably Date Added) and click on the Search button.

I don't think there is a way to display 'loves' as such. Anybody?

And to add my two cents, I don't think the whole search linkage thing is done too intuitively for some users.

graphicidentity wrote:
Tiffer777 wrote:
I have spent all day here trying to figure out how to find all of my old favorites. Why would such a great feature be so buried?
Not to mention I had an RSS feed of my "favorite" palettes and that is gone, replaced with only the palettes I have made myself.
I have loved COLOURLOVERS for many years and I have raved about it, but I really don't care for this new format. The old format was so much more inviting and friendly, and I prefered the darker colors in the background, as opposed to the white. This new layout is very sterile and much less inviting. There is no "eye candy" feeling like before..... Sorry, that's just my humble opinion...

I have faved so many palettes too and I thought what I did was similar like bookmark or something. But then now just a short grid of palettes on my profile page.
I think it means that I wasted time browsing many palettes here :(
Couldn't use them instantly, when I need them.


This is very annoying, it's the whole reason I made an account on this site. I spent a long time searching palettes and clicking the love button expecting to be able to see them all when I came back. Please fix this so we can get our collections back.


Oops nevermind I found them, I was under the 'colours' tab instead of 'palettes' on my profile.


I have the same issue I would love to be able to go back and look at the palettes I have loved. :(


Hey Maskarran - from your profile, click on 'Loves' and then tab to 'Palettes'. It will take you here:



Hey there thank you for that!
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Posted 4 hours ago
If you propose, I will support your shaming campaign so long as we can make branding irons, heat them up, and burn the imprints into the foreheads of those an angry mob decides are offenders.

Intellectual property claims, whether exact duplicates, are absolutely irrelevant given the nature of this site. Why in the world would you post things to a site like this hoping people, all over the world, would respect your rights? Some of them live in countries that do not have to by the way.

And how have you, save for your ego, been damaged by all this? You have lost millions of euros or dollars through plagarism on this site? Sorry, but you just seem too emotionally charged to be rational.

This is plain and simple, dangerous and stupid. Beyond that, as I have said before, you could really hurt somebody if you are wrong in your witch hunt. It is usually much to late to say sorry to someone when its over because, you know? They would be damaged goods from your crusade.

PS. Sorry I could not follow this discussion every minute for two weeks. Sometimes I have other places to visit and other sites on which to spend my time and attention. I really appreciated your observation though so I read all the comments over the two weeks. I think I am up to speed.

PSS. Shaming anyone builds the memories they will remember later; even if they survive the shaming, hazing, shunning or whatever you want to call it. Such encounters shape their lives and attitudes forever and always. They might forgive, but they will always remember.
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Posted 4 hours ago
If you are talking about me, I am flattered. I have never been called both at the same time as I remember. Thank you so much!

If you are done breathing fire out your nose, and can ever possibly calm down? Could you bring yourself to listen to those trying to help you in this? May I suggest something to you? With fire extinguisher in hand? And a dragon slayer on the roof of my condo building?

If you are not already a member, think about joining the Graphic Artists Guild. It is one of the best artists' rights orgs in the US. Members get all sorts of benefits including legal advice (to a point) in a pinch. Lots of pattern repeat designers are members. You might get more enthusiasm there but not for a shaming campaign.
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That website is brilliant, Deslyn! Thank you for sharing it with us.

DeslynBrown wrote:
One website I use frequently is You might want to input your color there and then check out the pentadic or hexadic sections. This will give you different colors all around the color wheel that complement the original color in some way, and each color is of the exact same saturation and lightness levels, which is what I believe you're looking for. You would want to alter the "S" and "V", but not the "H". Here is an example of the color you gave here:
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My goodness, you are literal. As well as irrelevant. Bless your heart.

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