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    thank you now Photoshop will be similar to painter...


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    I just downloaded your latest version of your PaintersWheel for Mac (running CS5). I was wondering if you had any luck figuring out what is causing the bug for pulling tabs and when it will be resolved (if at all)? Thanks so much for your time!

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    @vorp, i don't understand this, but i think you might do(you made it once)
    But in this version it looks and feels faster

    http://raphaeljs.com/picker.html

    and website
    http://raphaeljs.com/

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    This color wheel is great thank you for recommending it .

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    Thanks it installed on my (Win 7 x64bit) just fine.
    Haven't used it yet but I am exited to.
    I just hate using the default color picker. :l

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    I tried both \Plug-ins\Panels\PaintersWheel\(PW_files) and \Plug-ins\Panels\(PW_files), but no new menu item is showing up at Windows>Extension.

    What can I do?

    I am using CS5(64bit) on Windows 7 64 bit.

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    I got it to work with CS6 i just had to place the folder under "panels"
    I used the extension manager before which did not work.

    im very happy =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobzArt View Post
    I got it to work with CS6 i just had to place the folder under "panels"
    I used the extension manager before which did not work.

    im very happy =)
    Are you referring to the second option I mentioned in my previous post?

    Do you have any idea why you didn't make it work on CS5?

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    It works fine on CS5, but it is really buggy on CS6 to the point I cant even select the colors....anyone else have this problem?

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    Can't get it to work on CS6 either. Nothing shows up in the extension manager...
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    Try Anastasiys Magicpicker color wheel. Not free though, but works for me on CS6 perfectly

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    won't work on cs4

    My cs4 extended crash every time I run the painter wheel.
    Is there a required version of cs4 to run it?
    Any help please? I really want it.

    EDIT : I'm using win7 32-bit

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    Also looking for a CS6 version. Which versions is this compatible with? If I'm doing something wrong please let me know, but it isn't working with my current version of CS.

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    When will the crash bug be fixed, I drag and drop those tool boxes a lot

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    Thanks for this!
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    it'll stress you out even more so there's really nothing we can do about it after all."

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    Thanks for this!

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    Awesome, thanks for this! Workin' fine in CS6 here... for now

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    Awesome tool thanks for sharing! Is it ok if I share it on my site?

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    this wont work in cs6?

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    It works in CS6 32-bit version, not 64.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gokinka View Post
    It works in CS6 32-bit version, not 64.
    Works fine on CS6 64-bit on my pc.

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    Thank you sir! I woke up to do some speed painting and I wanted easy access to my color wheel but it has since disappeared. but huzzah for ca.org's many talented people hehe!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jephyr X View Post
    Downloaded it last night...Works great so far.......... I'm using CS 5 on Windows 7 with an i5 and lotza RAM.

    .................

    Anyway...I'm very happy to have found this...thank you vorp!
    Have been happily using this in CS 5 and 6 since that post way back on June 14th, 2011.

    No crashing...no lagging in either.

    Loving the swatch-bar and being able to scroll back and forth between color selections.

    Thanks again Vorp!

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    BTW...anyone using this with Windows 8?

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    Edit: Forgot to say I'm using the "CS 6" Painters Wheel in both Photoshop CS 5 and 6...and with Windows 7 64 bit.....

    And it's been solid as a rock.

    Would hate to go back to not having it!



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    Still hoping to find out if anyone using this with Windows 8?


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    Thanks again Vorp!
    Last edited by Jephyr X; May 13th, 2013 at 03:16 AM.

    - A man diligent and skillful in his work will stand before kings -
    - All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty -

    "You can't design what you don't know." Jeff Watts (as seen in Windmaker's SB)

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    You are a life saver. I tried the "popular" color wheels out there but couldn't get them to work (Adobe Extensions wouldn't install). Found this, installed and works perfectly. I'm using PS CS5 under Win8.1 and downloaded your wheel for CS6. Simply followed your easy install and it works perfectly.

    I'm going to have to go back to your site and find a way to make a (small) donation.

    Cheers.
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    To install extensions after Adobe's extension manager death (thanks Adobe) you can use Anastasiy's (the creator of the another color wheel plugin, that I found on conceptart) installation manager - http://install.anastasiy.com
    it lets you install .zxp plugins and panels that you can't install the usual way. I don't know why it's not published everywhere... seems it's kinda in beta stage.. but worked for all of my extensions not just Anastasiy's... works in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign at least

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    nice, thanks all

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    That's really useful thanks

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