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  1. I see what Ego is saying. I guess for the direction the developers want to force the workflow into is the right way to do things. I just will keep using the older pre-feature version I have and turn off automatic updates. It's still a good program, I just make way too many mistakes now every time I forget to click finish and end up messing up what I had just done.
  2. Is there a way we can get a checkbox next to the finish button so it will auto-finish after using the tool? I tend to rapidly use the paint fill tool by changing colors then clicking the next fill area. having to stop to hit enter every time is annoying.
  3. Hey folks, I have been searching but I can't find a topic on this. As I've said in other posts I've been creating color palettes for my design work. These are all based on set scales of HSV values. Unfortunately I noticed when I was building a particular palette I went back to check a color and noticed that after I had placed it the HSV value had changed. Also... when I copied one completed scale and adjusted it's hue to the next step... some of the color's Saturation and Values had altered and even some of the hues themselves did not move by the correct number of steps. Does anyone know
  4. That works good! thanks for the tip! I'd still like to have a 256 color 16x16 palette in my workspace without having to load other images, but until it gets enough requests I can use this... thanks again.
  5. That works good! thanks for the tip! I'd still like to have a 256 color 16x16 palette in my workspace without having to load other images, but until it gets enough requests I can use this... thanks again.
  6. I love the program, but unfortunately I have to use three other programs to do what I need to do with it. The problem is color palette size. 96 colors is a lot, but much of my work uses 200-250 colors. Is there a plugin or a config file somewhere where I can increase the palette to 16x16? Right now I have to import the images I'm editing into Graphics gale, export and manually convert the palette into pieces, then switch between the pieces in Paint.net... if I edit the colors (which is a pain in Graphics gale comparatively) I have to reverse those procedures to go back to graphics gale. A
  7. I love the program, but unfortunately I have to use three other programs to do what I need to do with it. The problem is color palette size. 96 colors is a lot, but much of my work uses 200-250 colors. Is there a plugin or a config file somewhere where I can increase the palette to 16x16? Right now I have to import the images I'm editing into Graphics gale, export and manually convert the palette into pieces, then switch between the pieces in Paint.net... if I edit the colors (which is a pain in Graphics gale comparatively) I have to reverse those procedures to go back to graphics gale. A
  8. Hello, I'm new to the forum, but I noticed a lack of any real advanced palette systems so I made my own. This is a palette collection I use when editing images with many possible colors at high resolution. I use the big image as a loaded image palette, and the smaller ones are actually saved as palette files. If you have any questions or require custom toned palettes, let me know. KCPS is just a system I use for designing palettes for all of my art programs. "Kittani's Color Palette System" . It is based off of relative steps between shades and hues. Load these images to get a pixel by p
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