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Old Jewel Software announces Painter's Picker version 1.1.2

By DMN Staff Writer
Old Jewel Software has announced the release of version 1.1.2 of Painter's Picker, an extension to the color picker panel in Mac OS X that the company says adds the ability to choose related colors, such as complementary colors, analogous colors, etc. directly within the color picker. It also adds more precise controls for choosing saturation, hue angle, and brightness, and provides the ability to choose colors in the CMYK color space while using the popular HSB-style controls.

Painter's Picker has been designed to be the simplest way to perform complex color selection within nearly any application in Mac OS X. Changes in version 1.1.1 include:
Fixed a bug where the info menu would not work properly in applications that use a modal color panel (such as Adobe Photoshop).
Improved the display of the info menu within Mac OS X 10.2.

Some items were too long before and so were being clipped in the menu. Painter's Picker is shareware. Nearly all features are available without registering, but users will be reminded regularly until they choose to register My Favorite Things and a watermark will appear behind the color wheel style hue angle slider reminding users to register. A single user license costs $13.85 US. Ten user licenses are available, as well as site licenses.
For more information about Painter's Picker, please visit

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