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  1. #27
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    thanks for this amazing color wheel man!!!

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    Thank you so much for this! I'm running Windows 7 (x64) with Photoshop CS4 and it works beautifully. Like others have mentioned, there is a slight lag with the outer ring when dragging the slider dealie, but I wouldn't call it a hindrance or even a nuisance. It just jumps when dragging along the outer ring quickly- if you drag it slowly the lag is negligible at best. So when you're getting finicky about colors, chances are you won't even notice. You're an asset to the community Vorp. I really appreciate this!

    (For anyone wondering, there is a readme.txt in the zip file that explains how to install it)

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    Hey, feral714, you're right - Wow, Anastasiy finally got his color wheel picker done!
    It's ON! His stuff is great. Probably well worth the $7.
    His original color picker was my inspiration so I wish him all the luck.
    I guess I better give him some money and try it out.
    Works with CS3 too! That's great for non-CS4 peeps.

    Thanks for all the kudos folks. I'm glad it's making people happy.
    I'm hoping to speed up the responsiveness when I have some time to invest in it.
    Donations always help get me excited to put time in on it. (hint, hint). : )

    Eloth, thanks for the love. I'm a little surprised you haven't figured out my real name yet, given the Painters Wheel download site and all... : )

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    Ryanoir, you still having trouble getting Painters Wheel working with Photoshop on Win 7?

    I haven't heard many reports of a similar configuration problem.

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    I get a 500 Internal error when I click on your link, vorp. :/

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    Sorry Jie! Fixed now: http://lenwhite.com
    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Thank you, great work!

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    Hiya again vorp. Finally downloaded it, but I can't seem to figure out how to apply it to CS3. A little help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jie Kageshinzo View Post
    Hiya again vorp. Finally downloaded it, but I can't seem to figure out how to apply it to CS3. A little help?
    He already said, it does NOT work with CS3.

    Does it lag for everybody or just Win7 x64 users?

    The outer wheel lags like crazy and tears up my CPU. Goes up to 50% on both cores

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    hi !!!


    its really a informative post...


    thanks for your information ...........


    i was in search of that info dude ......

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    works fine for me, thank you for this...

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    is there an easy way to pick colors in cs3? using the swatch or color tab is a pain in the ass, and i hate having to open the color picker thing up every time i want to change how dark or light i want the color to be -.- is there an easier tool i dont know about ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reedux View Post
    He already said, it does NOT work with CS3.

    Does it lag for everybody or just Win7 x64 users?

    The outer wheel lags like crazy and tears up my CPU. Goes up to 50% on both cores
    My mistake. I re-read what he said about working with CS3 and I realized he meant Anastasiy's version.

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