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Old 21 September 2010, 12:28   #2
Cammy
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If you have installed FullPalette correctly by using the provided installer, it should have added this command to your Startup-Sequence:

Run > NIL: FPPrefs

This makes Workbench run FullPalette every time it boots up. Now you can use the FullPalette palette preferences in your Prefs/ drawer to edit, lock or unlock, and save your palette. Remember that Workbench will use any unlocked pens whenever a program or game needs to call a colour that isn't already in your palette, so it's best to make yourself a nice palette and lock every pen.
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