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  1. There is not. But, give it a few day and you won't even remember what the old icons look like.
  2. Look, I like Green Day as much as anyone, but... Joni Mitchell!!!
  3. Thanks, but converting between the two color spaces was not necessary. And, I had actually found code for that anyway. What I found difficult was measuring distances around the RYB colorwheel since the hue between each color is a different distance. This can be seen in the colorwheel shown in the help file (if you calculate the distances between each color). I ended up just hard coding a 360 byte array. Here is what I used for RYB P S P S P S P (P=Primary, S=Secondary) Compare that to RGB The colors are in the same order, just some areas are stretched and some are compressed in the RYB model. In the RGB model, all hue's are equally spaced. (I had to write a CodeLab script to create that RYB image. BTW, it doesn't matter that the green is dark, I'm only looking at the Hue.)
  4. Honestly, I have no idea. I never downloaded that plugin. But, I'll take a guess and say that it is probably using the RGB colorwheel instead of the RYB colorwheel I'm using.
  5. If you just give it a few days, you probably won't even remember what the old icons look like. or...
  6. I was playing with the Complementary Colors Calculator at I made a plugin to simulate the algorithm... Not an official release yet as I may need to tweak the algorithm I wrote. I could not find a good source for the code, so I cobbled together something that kinda works. Here's how it looks: (It lives in the Effects > Fill menu.) It fills your selection with the selected color. Use it to build a palette for your design project. The help file (?) contains more information. And, here's the download: Enjoy.
  7. You can use this utility to remove the broken installation: Then, try to install 4.1.6 again.
  8. You'll need to give us more information. I'm not seeing any lockups. I am able to run older scripts in all 4 of the CodeLab modes. EDIT: How old is "older"? I mean, you can't run scripts designed for CodeLab 1.0... but, more modern previous versions (CodeLab 2.0+) should be fine.
  9. It's not absolutely necessary. Are we as good as everyone else... or are we BETTER?
  10. Normally, you would just start CodeLab using the top entry, "CodeLab...". However,
  11. You're welcome! Easy. Do you really use it that often? Hmmm... not as easy. We would need to highlight the icon if the Find window is open and close the window if clicked again...
  12. I think you need to do this: Next, download THIS (Visual C++ Redistributable) and install it. Sometimes the installer can not install it for you. By doing it ahead of time, you can avoid some install issues. Next, download THIS (.NET Framework v4.7.2) and install it. Sometimes the installer can not install it for you. By doing it ahead of time, you can avoid some install issues. Seriously. Tell us the results of each step.