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The "Recent Colors" selection always refers to the currently used document. To leave the colors in the "Last used colors" unchanged would contradict the actual purpose.

Up, above the colors is "Standard", there you can also select other color palettes.

There is also the possibility to create your own color palettes.

It is not a standard feature of LibreOffice and requires a bit of skill in dealing with an editor.

How to create your own color palette can be found here.

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The "Recent Colors" selection always refers to the currently used document. To leave the colors in the "Last used "Recent colors" unchanged would contradict the actual purpose.

Up, above the colors is "Standard", there you can also select other color palettes.

There is also the possibility to create your own color palettes.

It is not a standard feature of LibreOffice and requires a bit of skill in dealing with an editor.

How to create your own color palette can be found here.

image description

The "Recent Colors" selection always refers to the currently used document. To leave the colors in the "Recent colors" unchanged would contradict the actual purpose.

Up, above the colors is "Standard", there you can also select other color palettes.

There is also the possibility to create your own color palettes.

It is not a standard feature of LibreOffice and requires a bit of skill in dealing with an editor.

How to create your own color palette can be found here.

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