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Helly guys n gals, I have been looking around for some time to find some way always have access to the a colorwheel, (just like in Painter). If there is any plugin that gives you some kind of colorwheel. I would gladely take any advice.
(Im already aware of swatches, (rgb) sliders, (rgb) spectrum.
Just a suggestion, but perhaps you could save an image of your favorite color wheel that you could keep open in Photoshop then use the hot key for the color picker to select colors.
That is unless someone actually knows of a plugin for Photoshop. If they do, I would love to know about it.
I believe Painter's Picker at http://www.oldjewelsoftware.com/products/ppicker/ can be used with Photoshop but may not remain open/on top of other apps. It works perfectly with Painter 8. It's still a good colour picker though and handy for artists.
Great tip davey, to bad Im a pc guy....damn I got carried away until I read it was for MAC
If you double click the color in the tool menu the color picker comes up, the only problem is it is huge (and having it open interferes with the shortcut keys). But I guess it's not a problem if you have duel monitors. I just wish it could be smaller.
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The problem is that u cant paint with it when its up ; ) So that doesnt solve the problem