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    Photoshop Munsell Wheel color picker.

    Hi there, Im trying to find this color picker for photoshop (CS3) but I just cant find it anywhere, I tried looking in photoshop itself and in help but no resultm any help?

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    That's the Corel Painter color picker. There's no direct equivalent for Photoshop. And it has nothing in particular to do with Munsell.


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    Aigh thanks mate !

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    Actually i just discovered this: http://www.anastasiy.com/panels#magicpicker but since i use photoshop CS2 i couldnīt test it... Hope it helps. Iīm still looking for an equivalent in CS2...

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    Oh yeah. And this too! Just found this out. Now iīm thinking of moving to CS4 again...

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    Nice find carlosranna, thanks alot !

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosranna View Post
    Actually i just discovered this: http://www.anastasiy.com/panels#magicpicker but since i use photoshop CS2 i couldnīt test it... Hope it helps. Iīm still looking for an equivalent in CS2...
    MagicPicker rocks! Thank you guys




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