Suggestions for Color Palette Manager...

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Great suggestions everybody, (almost) all of them are on our list. :cool:

The 1st update will be to be able to share palettes across projects and apps, we'll take it from there!
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Bob Visser wrote:
Great suggestions everybody, (almost) all of them are on our list. :cool:

The 1st update will be to be able to share palettes across projects and apps, we'll take it from there!


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To make this much better for the Mac, make export available for the Apple Color Library and also for Photoshop and Illustrator. I bought this as a backup to Spectrum since it doesn't seem to be currently developed. Spectrum is something that does it totally right.

Oops forgot, Spectrum has something that is very handy. Press the Shift key as you select the color picker and you can select as many colors as you want without selecting the color picker again. Is this feature available for your app? If not, I'd totally suggest adding that feature.
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Love this app, but let's make it better:

Support for color rules (analgous, complimentary, etc.) would be tops on my list. I do a lot of illustration work such as logos, and supporting color rules would be positively awesome.

The ability to share color palettes with others, or download color palettes through coffeecup.com would also be great.
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Jo wrote:
I don't have it as of yet, but would consider buying it if it were also going to work with RLMP. Thought it would do so since it's one of the Responsive apps. Will it in the future?

I must say, it's awful easy to use CPM with RLM now. Alt+tab, click color, click copy button, Alt+tab back to RLM and paste the color.

Granted, integration makes it that much better. Every programmer has their own style of working, so I don't know how it would work for you. For me, at a current price point of $9, it is very worth it to be able to quickly gather the colors for a web site, have them always handy, and be able to just click a couple of buttons to add the code to RLM or any other program.
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I had some suggestions, but they have all been given already. So I'll just say Ditto! :)
Brian

Want personal and specialized help with RLM, RSD or with converting your VSD (or other) site to RLM/RSD? Email me at cchelp@uscni.org or call 865-687-7698.
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Lets add Gradients to the package.
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Seems like I'm the only one who really needs a manual or video tutorial. Can't figure out how this works.
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I like the idea of the colour sliders for lighter/darker

How about complimentary, contrasting also. So orange is paired with the proper shade of blue, etc?
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Would love to see an update on this including some of the proposed changes.

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