You can edit the swatch colors in your document. sK1 saves the palette and the swatches as separate files. Just drag down from the document into the palette. They will appear in the palette over the existing swatches.
If you want to maintain a palette set as a series of swatches, the Palette Index and Palette Index Generator are invaluable. They will allow you to save your palette set as a one-file swatch set and a palette.
The Palette Index Generator is a standalone application that generates a palette for you. It does require that the sK1 palette be loaded in a document as described above in order to generate new swatches.
The Palette Index Generator outputs two files:
A standard.kpx file with the swatches, of a specified width and height.
A PNG image file containing the palette (and the swatches).
The second image shows all the colors which are in the palette.
(If you click on the image, you will see the colors in the palette, as they're added to your document as well as you can see the color names on them).
The third image is a small document with the colors added, so you can see what will be in your document after adding the colors to the palette. The document is a set of simple shapes, lines, rectangles and circles.
Once you have got the set of colors you need, you can use them in your sK1 document to be able to quickly see what you will see. In the images below you can see how it works.
The first image shows the colors added to the palette.
The palette consists of 3 sections:
Palette - You can add, move or delete colors.
Palette Settings - You can set the colors as the default palette, choose to show color names on the swatches, or have the palette displayed in 1, 2 or 3 rows.