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I have a question, can I take one of my existing palettes and switch them into COPASO mode?
I published my first COPASO (woot) but it didn't include my inspiration image.

In order to include an inspiration image and to have it sent to a group I had to edit it in the basic system and so I lost my COPASO status.

Does COPASO allow you to send to groups? Or publish the inspiration image? Or link/text?

Am I missing something?
@goldSTARZ:

No, you can't. You have to start over by creating a new palette. I think someone suggested this but you may want to browse the Feature Requests section of the Forum to make sure and possibly add your support if it was.
@koraih:

You have the same options and info fields in both color mixers. However, as explained in the "Why do my width disappear when I modify my palette?" section of this FAQ, you have to edit your palette in COPASO, which means not clicking on 'Edit this page' but opening COPASO again and clicking on Open.
Is it possible to delete previously saved palettes from the "Open" dialogue?
klip wrote:


"Saving" a COPASO palette as opposed to " publishing"

You can save copaso palettes without publishing them.

This means, amongst other things, that you can download a palette you are mixing without publishing it first. Click on "Save" at the top right of the page. You might be prompted to name the palette. A dialogue appears which allows you to download the palette to your computer.
This palette is not published and will not appear on your profile. However, you can "open" it again using copaso

Opening copaso palettes

You can open published, saved or downloaded copaso palettes using the "open" button at the top right of the page

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Can anyone tell me that purpose of downloading palettes made with copaso, since they can be opened only with copaso?
In order to use the palette in a graphics program, don't I have to publish it, then download the published version in a format compatible with my graphics program?
@easteden:

Sorry for the late answer. As far I know, it isn't possible. You may want to ask about this in the the Feature Requests section of the Forum.
onebreath wrote:
@easteden:

Sorry for the late answer. As far I know, it isn't possible. You may want to ask about this in the the Feature Requests section of the Forum.


Thank you for bothering at all. And I'm sorry to late saying thank you. I've been away.
easteden wrote:
Is it possible to delete previously saved palettes from the "Open" dialogue?


I dont believe it is possible. Good idea though. You should post it in the Featured Request section of the Forum
michy_canelita wrote:
is necessary to use 5 colors to make a palette in COPASO?... what if i want a 3 color palette???


Is there a way to use more than 5 colors?
What is going on!?
Today I've created quite a few palettes, I've joined groups and want to add my palettes to the groups so I go into COPASO click open and it seems that I can't view/access all of my palettes this is quite frustrating and annoying I've gone and accidentally changed the width of colours in one of my palettes and I can't change it cause I can't view/access it in COPASO, this is very frustrating.. Has anyone had this problem? Will I be able to access them eventually?

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