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Open Blender and go to Preferences then the Add-ons tab.
Click Paint then Paint Palettes to enable the script.
Located in the 3D Viewport ‣ Sidebar ‣ Color Palette or Weight Palette depending on the mode. Located in the Image editor ‣ Sidebar ‣ Color Palette while in Paint Mode.
Go into any paint mode (Image Painting, Texture Paint, Vertex Paint, Weight Paint) and look for the Palette panel corresponding to that mode.
This add-on can read and write Gimp’s palette format.
The first thing to do is to determine your “Palettes Folder”. This can be the Gimp’s palette folder,
or it can be a specific one for your project. Select the palette with the select menu.
You can save your palette with the
Add as many colors as you need with the
+ button at the left of the index number field.
Sample the current brush color with the small color wheel button.
Select a palette color with the small button under the colors.
Select the weight value from the eleven values. These can be adjusted with the Weight slider.
Palettes for color and weight paint modes.
Image Editor, 3D Viewport Paint Modes ‣ Color Palette or Weight Palette panel
Dany Lebel (Axon D)
This add-on is bundled with Blender.