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Have a cool themed or well thought out color pallet? Post it here!

How to install palette files

I'm really getting into the NES webcomic stuff, so I created a pdn color pallet that contains all of the colors from the 8-bit NES and the shades of gray in the old GameBoy.

Preview:

Pallet.png

Paste the following into a blank notepad document:

Hidden Content:
; Paint.NET Palette File
; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
FF7C7C7C
FF0000FC
FF0000BC
FF940084
FFA80020
FFA81000
FF881400
FF503000
FF007800
FF006800
FF005800
FF004058
FF000000
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
FFBCBCBC
FF0078F8
FF0058F8
FFD800CC
FFE40058
FFF83800
FFE45C10
FFAC7C00
FF00B800
FF00A800
FF00A844
FF008888
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
FFF8F8F8
FF3CBCFC
FF6888FC
FF9878F8
FFF878F8
FFF85898
FFF87858
FFFCA044
FFF8B800
FFB8F818
FF58D854
FF58F898
FF00E8D8
FF787878
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
FFFCFCFC
FFA4E4FC
FFB8B8F8
FFD8B8F8
FFF8B8F8
FFF8A4C0
FFF0D0B0
FFFCE0A8
FFF8D878
FFD8F878
FFB8F8B8
FFB8F8D8
FF00FCFC
FFF8D8F8
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
FF000000
FF4A4A4A
FF7B7B7B
FF838383
FF8B8B8B
FF9C9C9C
FFBDBDBD
FFCDCDCD
FFE6E6E6
FFEEEEEE
FFF6F6F6
FFFFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF
00FFFFFF

Or download it here.

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Here is my palette file:

BoltBaitPalettes.png

; paint.net Palette File: Matrix Palette.txt
; Created by: BoltBait
FF126A6C
FF125C6B
FF12326C
FF2B126B
FF6B126B
FF6C1235
FF6C1216
FF6B3412
FF6B6912
FF2C6B12
FF126C32
FF126C5C
FF1E1E1E
FF999999
FF352220
FFAA6D64
FF00ADB0
FF0093B1
FF0040B0
FF3100B0
FFB000B0
FFB00046
FFB00008
FFAF4300
FFAFAC00
FF34B000
FF00B040
FF00B092
FF333333
FFADADAD
FF492F2C
FFC5887D
FF00E5EA
FF00C2EA
FF0055E9
FF4200E9
FFEA00EA
FFE9005D
FFEA000B
FFE95800
FFEAE500
FF45E900
FF00EA55
FF00E9C2
FF474747
FFC1C1C1
FF5E3D38
FFD09385
FF00F8FC
FF00D4FF
FF005DFF
FF4200F9
FFFF00FF
FFFF006A
FFFF000C
FFFF5D00
FFFFF600
FF4CFF00
FF00FF55
FF00FFD0
FF5B5B5B
FFD6D6D6
FF724A44
FFEBB9AF
FF58FBFF
FF57E2FF
FF5694FF
FF8657FF
FFFF56FF
FFFF579A
FFFF575E
FFFF9656
FFFFFB57
FF87FE55
FF56FF94
FF56FFE2
FF707070
FFEAEAEA
FF875751
FFEDC7BD
FF91FCFF
FF91ECFF
FF91B9FF
FFB091FF
FFFF91FF
FFFF90BC
FFFF9196
FFFEB990
FFFFFC90
FFB2FF91
FF91FFB9
FF92FFEC
FF848484
FFFFFFFF
FF9E645D
FFF0D4C5

; paint.net Palette File: Rainbow
; Made by: BoltBait
FFFFD8D8
FFFFA8A8
FFFF7777
FFFF3A3A
FFFF0000
FFC10000
FF890000
FF4C0000
FFFFD8FF
FFFFA8FF
FFFF77FF
FFFF3AFF
FFFF00FF
FFBC00BC
FF840084
FF4F004F
FFD8FFDF
FFA8FFB8
FF77FF90
FF3AFF5E
FF00FF00
FF00BF23
FF008718
FF00510E
FFD8D8FF
FFA8A8FF
FF7777FF
FF3A3AFF
FF0000FF
FF0000BF
FF000087
FF000051
FFF7FFD8
FFEDFFA8
FFE3FF77
FFD7FF3A
FFCCFF00
FF96BC00
FF6A8400
FF3F4F00
FFD8F1FF
FFA8E0FF
FF77CFFF
FF3ABAFF
FF00A5FF
FF0077B7
FF00527F
FF002F47
FFFFFFD8
FFFFFFA8
FFFFFF77
FFFFFF3A
FFFFFF00
FFBCBC00
FF848400
FF4F4F00
FFD8FFFF
FFA8FFFF
FF77FFFF
FF3AFFFF
FF00FFFF
FF00BABA
FF008282
FF004444
FFFFF3CC
FFFFE89E
FFFFDB66
FFFFCE30
FFFFC300
FFE0AC00
FFB78C00
FF876700
FFFAF3EC
FFF6E0DA
FFF0D4C5
FFEDC7BD
FFEBB9AF
FFD09385
FFC5887D
FFAA6D64
FFFFE2CC
FFFFD0A8
FFFFB677
FFFF9D47
FFFF7700
FFBF5900
FF7F3B00
FF492100
FFE0E0E0
FFC0C0C0
FFA0A0A0
FF808080
FF606060
FF404040
FF202020
FF000000

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The unfortunate thing about my current pallet (the one in the first post) is that there's no yellow. But I still like the fact that they are the actual colors used by Nintendo for 8-bit and no bit games.

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Ha, i was just thinking about starting this same topic, good thing I did a quick search first. Well, here's my palette:

j2kpaletteih8.png

Also, I don't know if it's a bug or what but if you type in a number on the "V" slider then post it to your palette when you click that color again it's -1 of the # you put in. It can get kinda annoying when trying to make your palette haha.

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Also, I don't know if it's a bug or what but if you type in a number on the "V" slider then post it to your palette when you click that color again it's -1 of the # you put in. It can get kinda annoying when trying to make your palette haha.

It's isn't a bug, it's a precision issue because there isn't a 1:1 mapping between RGB and HSV -- there's a post in Bugs & Troubleshooting about it somewhere.

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Also, I don't know if it's a bug or what but if you type in a number on the "V" slider then post it to your palette when you click that color again it's -1 of the # you put in. It can get kinda annoying when trying to make your palette haha.

It's isn't a bug, it's a precision issue because there isn't a 1:1 mapping between RGB and HSV -- there's a post in Bugs & Troubleshooting about it somewhere.

http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=3067

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hi,

i don't get the yellow lines in the nes either,what could be wrong?

wish there was more palettes too.

here's one i made from colour hunter;

; Paint.NET Palette File

; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments

; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb

; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00

; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.

; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color

; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.

FF760000

FF493049

FFC50500

FFFF9C00

FF708AD5

FFFF0059

FFFFD099

FFE4843D

FFE70000

FF5C2517

FF9B826B

FFEBECCD

FFC49E51

FF00B2D5

FF486330

FFFFA900

FFD1C5C5

FFFFFFD3

FF94A353

FF6E7E69

FF44361E

FFBE5000

FFBDF1D3

FFA3B571

FFA0FF96

FFF8FF7A

FFFF89D7

FF93FFF6

FFD2A0FF

FD7CD26D

FFABBCB5

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

FFFFFFFF

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i didn't press the 'more' button.doh4jw.gif :oops:

well that's a stupid first post.

hello everyone. :lol:

i'm using paintdotnet more and more,only been using gimp for perspective shifting and colour to alpha.

there's lots of great plugins coming out too,hardly need my old freebie ps ones.

cheers everyone! :D

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I LOVE BoltBait’s palette SO much… but there’s one problem about it for me. When you have the palette in ‘less’ mode, you can only see the red brown and aqua colours. Is there a palette where in ‘less’ mode you can see all the main colours better, then in the ‘more’ mode it just extends on those colours? If I did have my palette on ‘more’ mode all the time, I would DEFINITLEY have chosen yours otherwise. Please reply :D

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It depends of what you call "main colours".

You don't like the default palette?

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I use Boltbaits Rainbow pallet. I think thats the one he posted here, but im not sure.

Anyways, I was going to create my own pallet soon anyways. Guess ill post it here when im done.

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Tango Palette, commented.

http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon ... Guidelines

; Paint.NET Palette File
; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
;
;Butter
FFfce94f
FFedd400
FFc4a000
;Orange
FFfcaf3e
FFf57900
FFce5c00
;Chocolate
FFe9b96e
FFc17d11
FF8f5902
;Chameleon
FF8ae234
FF73d216
FF4e9a06
;Sky Blue
FF729fcf
FF3465a4
FF204a87
;Plum
FFad7fa8
FF75507b
FF5c3566
;Scarlet Red
FFef2929
FFcc0000
FFa40000
;Aluminium
FFeeeeec
FFd3d7cf
FFbabdb6
;
FF888a85
FF555753
FF2e3436

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This is a grayscale pallet I made for when I'm working in black and white. The lightness values go up by about 3/100 for each step, which is where I can see a difference between the shades.

; Paint.NET Palette File

; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments

; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb

; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00

; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.

; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color

; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.

FF000000

FF070707

FF0F0F0F

FF161616

FF1E1E1E

FF262626

FF2D2D2D

FF353535

FF3D3D3D

FF444444

FF4C4C4C

FF545454

FF5B5B5B

FF636363

FF6B6B6B

FF727272

FFFFFFFF

FFE5E5E5

FFDDDDDD

FFD6D6D6

FFCECECE

FFC6C6C6

FFBFBFBF

FFB7B7B7

FFAFAFAF

FFA8A8A8

FFA0A0A0

FF999999

FF919191

FF898989

FF828282

FF7A7A7A

80000000

80070707

800F0F0F

80161616

801E1E1E

80262626

802D2D2D

80353535

803D3D3D

80444444

804C4C4C

80545454

805B5B5B

80636363

806B6B6B

80727272

80FFFFFF

80E5E5E5

80DDDDDD

80D6D6D6

80CECECE

80C6C6C6

80BFBFBF

80B7B7B7

80AFAFAF

80A8A8A8

80A0A0A0

80999999

80919191

80898989

80828282

807A7A7A

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Here's a Camo Palette that i been working on.

; Paint.NET Palette File

; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments

; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb

; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00

; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.

; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color

; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.

FF000000

FF4D3825

FF525A31

FF343133

FF7E604B

FF4B3A2B

FF251F18

FF324042

FF192123

FF272A31

FF394338

FF23222C

FF45584A

FF5D5B3D

FF5D633F

FF6D6C50

FF8A7E50

FF807E62

FF907E61

FFAF9E64

FFBBAE8B

FF9E846D

FFB9A183

FFAA9D7D

FFB08E61

FFD0AE83

FFBEAC95

FFC5A781

FFD4B8A3

FFD2B79E

FFA27D5D

FFAF916B

FFB49B76

FFA28E71

FFB6A78F

FFB69D7C

FFAF9578

FFDCC7A7

FFECE6DA

FFF3EEE4

FFE3DED8

FFEFF0F0

FFF6F5F4

FFFFFFFF

FF5F6364

FF696E6C

FF6D7273

FF6D757A

FF899094

FFA5ADB7

FFC8CDD6

FFD0D7DD

FFE6E6E9

FFC4CECB

FFCADACE

FF2A538C

FF2D5693

FF658FBA

FF83B1D9

FF94C4EA

FF9BCFE8

FFCAE3F3

FFBC5331

FFC55C2A

FFDA5630

FFEA5932

FFE76D2F

FFEB8030

FFED902E

FFF3A229

FFF4B517

FFF2BC55

FFC2AE60

FFE4D26A

FFEDDF6B

FFFBE54A

FF9F6B4D

FFA37354

FFAD7453

FFB37D59

FFA27D5D

FFB5825D

FFBF916F

FFF3E2CA

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Could someone please change the thread title to "Color Palettes"? Spelling errors bug me. :-/

Sorry for being persnickety.

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Could someone please change the thread title to "Color Pallettes"? Spelling errors bug me.

Then, perhaps you should learn how to spell Color "Palette". :P

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Could someone please change the thread title to "Color Pallettes"? Spelling errors bug me.

Then, perhaps you should learn how to spell Color "Palette". :P

I think you guys need to learn how to spell "Colour" :P

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Could someone please change the thread title to "Color Pallettes"? Spelling errors bug me.

Then, perhaps you should learn how to spell Color "Palette". :P

I think you guys need to learn how to spell "Colour" :P

in our english it's color not colour in the u.s.a.

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Oh, wow. I can't believe I did that...

On the bright side, my foot doesn't taste all that bad... ;-)

I've fixed my mistake. uH, would you fix yours? :-)

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JerkfightsColourPalette.png

; Paint.NET Palette File
; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
FF000000
FF161616
FF282828
FF494949
FF6B6B6B
FF878787
FFAFAFAF
FFFFFFFF
FF7F0015
FF9E001A
FFB5001E
FFC60021
FFE00025
FFE50026
FFEF0027
FFFF002A
FFFF0000
FFFF2300
FFFF4600
FFFF6500
FFFF8400
FFFFAA00
FFFFC900
FFFFE400
FFFFFF00
FFFFFF23
FFFFFF3D
FFFFFF5E
FFFFFF75
FFFFFF9B
FFFFFFB2
FFFFFFED
FF006500
FF008F00
FF00AA00
FF00C200
FF00D500
FF32FF32
FF5EFF5E
FF7FFF7F
FF0400FF
FF0423FF
FF044EFF
FF007CFF
FF0093FF
FF00AEFF
FF00D9FF
FF7FEEFF
FF800089
FFB000BC
FFAE00FF
FFCB00FF
FFFF00F6
FFFF00DC
FFFF59D0
FFFF9EE3
FFFF3200
FFFF9D00
FFF2FF00
FF21FF00
FF0061FF
FF9800FF
FFFFFFFF
FF000000
80000000
80404040
80FF0000
80FF6A00
80FFD800
80B6FF00
804CFF00
8000FF21
8000FF90
8000FFFF
800094FF
800026FF
804800FF
80B200FF
80FF00DC
80FF006E
80FFFFFF
80808080
807F0000
807F3300
807F6A00
805B7F00
80267F00
80007F0E
80007F46
80007F7F
80004A7F
8000137F
8021007F
8057007F
807F006E
807F0037

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this is my palette, i find it logical and highly user freindly

rashionedad5.png

; Paint.NET Palette File

; Rashioned Palette by: antome

; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments

; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb

; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00

; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.

; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color

; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.

FF000000

FFFFC0C0

FFFF8080

FFFF4040

FFFF0000

FFC00000

FF800000

FF400000

CCFF0000

99FF0000

66FF0000

33FF0000

CC000000

99000000

66000000

33000000

FF202020

FFFFFFC0

FFFFFF80

FFFFFF40

FFFFFF00

FFC0C000

FF808000

FF404000

CCFFFF00

99FFFF00

66FFFF00

33FFFF00

CC202020

99202020

66202020

33202020

FF404040

FFC0FFC0

FF80FF80

FF40FF40

FF00FF00

FF00C000

FF008000

FF004000

CC00FF00

9900FF00

6600FF00

3300FF00

CC404040

99404040

66404040

33404040

FF808080

FFC0FFFF

FF80FFFF

FF40FFFF

FF00FFFF

FF00C0C0

FF008080

FF004040

CC00FFFF

9900FFFF

6600FFFF

3300FFFF

CC808080

99808080

66808080

33808080

FFC0C0C0

FFC0C0FF

FF8080FF

FF4040FF

FF0000FF

FF0000C0

FF000080

FF000040

CC0000FF

990000FF

660000FF

330000FF

CCC0C0C0

99C0C0C0

66C0C0C0

33C0C0C0

FFFFFFFF

FFFFC0FF

FFFF80FF

FFFF40FF

FFFF00FF

FFC000C0

FF800080

FF400040

CCFF00FF

99FF00FF

66FF00FF

33FF00FF

CCFFFFFF

99FFFFFF

66FFFFFF

33FFFFFF

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My palette:

mepalette.png

I didn't add any transparency because I don't use it.

; Paint.NET Palette File
; Lines that start with a semicolon are comments
; Colors are written as 8-digit hexadecimal numbers: aarrggbb
; For example, this would specify green: FF00FF00
; The alpha ('aa') value specifies how transparent a color is. FF is fully opaque, 00 is fully transparent.
; A palette must consist of ninety six (96) colors. If there are less than this, the remaining color
; slots will be set to white (FFFFFFFF). If there are more, then the remaining colors will be ignored.
FF000000
FF7F7F7F
FF7F0000
FF7F3300
FF7F6A00
FF5B7F00
FF267F00
FF007F0E
FF007F46
FF007F7F
FF004A7F
FF00137F
FF21007F
FF57007F
FF7F006E
FF7F0037
FF333333
FFCCCCCC
FFFF0000
FFFF6600
FFFFD400
FFBBFF00
FF4CFF00
FF00FF19
FF00FF8C
FF00FFFF
FF0094FF
FF0026FF
FF3F00FF
FFAE00FF
FFFF00DC
FFFF006E
FF666666
FF999999
FFFF3232
FFFF8432
FFFFDD32
FFC8FF32
FF70FF32
FF32FF44
FF32FF9F
FF32FFFF
FF32AAFF
FF3251FF
FF6232FF
FFBB32FF
FFFF32E3
FFFF328B
FF999999
FF666666
FFFF6666
FFFFA066
FFFFE566
FFD6FF66
FF96FF66
FF66FF72
FF66FFB5
FF66FFFF
FF66BFFF
FF667FFF
FF667FFF
FFCC66FF
FFFF66EA
FFFF66AA
FFCCCCCC
FF333333
FFFF9999
FFFFC099
FFFFEE99
FFE3FF99
FFB9FF99
FF99FF9F
FF99FFCC
FF99FFFF
FF99D4FF
FF99A9FF
FF99A9FF
FFDD99FF
FFFF99F1
FFFF99C6
FFFFFFFF
FF000000
FFFFCCCC
FFFFDFCC
FFFFF6CC
FFF1FFCC
FFDCFFCC
FFCCFFCE
FFCCFFE5
FFCCFFFF
FFCCE9FF
FFCCD4FF
FFCCD4FF
FFEECCFF
FFFFCCF8
FFFFCCE2
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I try to load jerkfight palette but i can't figure it out. I tryed to do this , To install it, place it in My Documents\Paint.NET User Files\Palettes. but it wont work.

Help Please

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