Discuss which third party applications you use to help create your slide shows using ProShow Gold. This is not a forum to promote other slide show software programs.
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Postby Jean-Paul » Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:12 pm

Hello everyone,

Recently, I have been doing a lot of work with colors, and I enjoyed so much using these two small apps that I want to share them with you.
The first one is called ColorPic (illustrated below). I have been using ColorPic for many years. In this small application you can pic colors anywhere on your screen using any program. You can name and save as many color scheme as you want, it also has many other very interesting feature. The little app is totally FREE.
I use ColorPic with Color Scheme Designer which is a very good tool when you need to create color schemes. When your color scheme are created in Color Scheme Designer, you can name a new color scheme in ColorPic and simply grab each color of the new color scheme.
All your color scheme in ColorPic can be backed up very simply by saving a copy of “palettes.xml” in program files (x86) > ColorPic folder (depending on your system).

For downloading ColorPic, here is a no HASSLE (no commercial) install file:

For Color Scheme Designer you can find all the information in Barbara's newly designed website THE FRAME LOCKER here:

Have fun,
Amicalement, Jean-Paul


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Postby Robyn Aldridge » Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:34 pm

Thanks for that. I'll try it out soon.

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Postby Alias » Sat Apr 26, 2014 6:59 am

I used ColorPic a number of years back but lost track of it.

Thank you for reminding me of what a useful little tool it is.

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