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  1. OK. So, this is the reason why the numbers don't match. But the problem is that I need to have a color picker that match the ones on the HSLPicker site. So, to reformulate my question : Is there a way to have a HLS color picker (and not a HSV) in Paint.NET ? Thanks
  2. Let me give you an example. If you go on the site www.hslpicker.com, you can pick a color you want. Let's take for example the green with : Hue = 94 Sat = 50 Lum = 50. I do a screen capture of this page, and past it on Paint.NET. If I use the Color Picker on the green square, instead of giving me (94 - 50 - 50), Paint.Net gives me : H = 94 S = 66 V = 74 And when I use the Color PIcker on the Saturation or on the Lum sliders, trying to find where are the 10, 20, 30, ... 90 marks for both S and V, I can clearly see that the progression is not linear (the length it takes to go from 0 to 10 is much less than the length it takes to go from 90 to 100) Is this clearer ? What I need is to be able to have a color picker that gives me the same values as on the site HSLPicker.com (I am not affiliated in any way with this site). Thanks a lot for your help.
  3. Hello all, In the Color Picker, it's possible to display the HSV values. The H ( Hue) goes from 0 to 360. The S (Saturation) goes from 0 to 100 and the V (Value) also go from 0 to 100. The S and V bars are not linear. What I need is to be able to see the Saturation and Values as percentages instead of absolute values. Is there a way or a plugin to do this ? Thanks a lot for your help.
  4. Hi Red ochre, Thanks for this neat plugin. I know Christmas is still a long time from now, but if I may write my wish list for this plugin, it would be : - On the top of the window, next to the RGB values, put the HSV values. (like in the Paint.NET color picker windows) so that the user can see both values (RGB and HSV). - Instead of having a Tolerance slider which applies to the 3 values, leave the possibility to have a tolerance for each value (RGB or HSV). And the Tolerance, instead of being in %, should be a threshold. For example you could say : I want to replace the colors with Hue = 130 (with a Threshold of 10, meaning that I can go from 120 to 140), and Saturation = 50 (with a threshold of 30 : I take all the values from 20 to 80) and Value = 10 (with a threshold of 40 : I take all the values from 0 to 50) I hope my description is clear. Thanks again for your great plugin.