Tip: When determining a time limit, remember that players won't be as familiar with the level as you are. If you normally complete the level with around 100s left on the timer, others might run out of time on their first try.
An Lunar Magic like Palette Editor with new Gradients
(LM .palmask update and some other changes)
Finally removed the org.eclipse.swt for clippboard support which makes the program much smaller :D
The ctrl/strg thing is caused by the system language since i automaticly localized the key names... (and nothing else i know...)
the (ctrl) right click behaviour should be the same as the lunar magic behaviour of the version i tried to act like ^^
a confirm dialouge isn't really neccessary as nothing gets lost (the undo button should also undo a file reload etc.)
the exe file could also be deleted completly since still java is required the only reason i cam remember for creating those exe files is for the icon and some drag and drop and linksimplifications since windows doesn't really accepts .jar files as executeables
The Palete Editor from Graphics Editor as a standalone application. Not much to add, really. Refer to my comments on Graphics Editor.
Aside from the missing "confirmation dialog" upon reload and load I already mentioned on Graphics Editor, there is only one more minor thing I noticed: The description says to CTRL + right click to paste colors, yet a single right click already pastes colors.
Talking about CTRL: You incorrectly refered to it as "Strg" in the description, which is only the name of the key on German keyboards. Might want to change that to "CTRL" so that it's easy to understand by everyone.
Actually, something else I just noticed on both tools: My anti-virus keeps deleting the .jar.exe files, thinking they were viruses. I don't think they really are, I think it just expects all files with multiple extensions ending in .exe to be viruses, since "picture.bmp.exe" or "document.pdf.exe" are kind of common virus traps. You might want to change their extensions to just .exe and then make them add the .jar extension to the file to launch automatically. Or maybe use the command line or a configuration file to tell them which application to launch. For example: they could use their own file name to determine which configuration file to load (Graphics Editor.exe would load Graphics Editor.ini) and the configuration file could then contain the command linke for Graphics Editor.exe to execute. Just an idea, though.