It looks really useful, especially for colour contrast checks but I can't use it, shame.
Love this addon and have updated the system to work for 5.*+ till 7.* . If you would like this update please go to:
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my favorite add on. unfortunately updated to 5 without checking compatibility. will it be available for 5.0.
it works with GIMP.You need to open the palettes menue in GIMP. There click "import palette".Then choose the gpl file you created before.
Very useful tool for webdesigners and works like a charm! :)
I've been trying to use it with gimp. When I select to save the palette in the gimp file format, .gpl, Gimp won't open it. Says 'unknown file type.' Using Gimp 2.6.8. I tried saving it in the Adobe format also, but that didn't work either, same problem. (sigh)
great plug-in..its been really useful for me and I agree with MikeyLikesIt...it would be great if the tool could sample colors from images.
Didn't work "out of the box". Creates an .aco file that was unreadable by Photoshop CS3 and Photoshop 7. My FF is version 3.05. Got message ""Could not load the swatches because the specified color book cannot be found." when trying to load into Photoshop.
If you export as an .ASE file instead of an .ACO, it should be readable by CS3.
Awesome tool for designers and web developers. I use it in conjunction with colorzilla to quickly add new palettes.
It seems like it pulls colors out of css values.
It would be awesome if the tool could be expanded to sample colors from images too (maybe sort by the most popular colors).
i have never used this before but does it work with photoline for mac osx?
Hey! It's just what I have been looking for! Except, it doesn't work on Flash pages. If that can be fixed, even better! Thanks, hope you can do it.