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how do I permanently customize Composer 4.8 palette?

how do I permanently customize Composer 4.8 palette?

how do I permanently customize Composer 4.8 palette?

thread258-1009244: 4.8 color pallett - how to modify

I still need to modify the default color palette in Netscape Composer v. 4.8, so I don't have to re-enter custom colors every time I open the program or a file.  I'm willing to pay up to fifty bucks for a workable solution (i.e., one that permanently customizes the default palette).

It may seem odd that I would want a modification for such an old program, but this is an old web site (begun in 1998):

The site has over 14,000 pages created with Composer 4.8.  At this stage, it simply isn't worth the time and effort it would take to convert these pages to any other program.  I still work on the site, and re-entering the colors is still a drag, literally and figuratively.

DianaGale, with a tiger by the tail

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