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  1. #41
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    Tried that one Bebraw !! Thanks anyway. Wish I could get this application to work. It would be very useful.

  2. #42
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    Ignorance is not bliss

    I love Artrage on my iPad. If I have any complaints it is the limited color palette. I have no idea, based on the posts how to get the Winsor Newton palette onto my Artrage app. If anyone can explain it to( in spite of my name) technically challenged intuitive painter...I will be so grateful.

  3. Some pickers

    Thank you very much for this..
    i have tried that on some .col files ..i have not created them..art supplies..just made these color pickers..total 24 of them..

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    Name:  Artists Matte - Metal (72) (1).png
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    Name:  Classic Artist - Oil Color (98).png
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    Name:  Design Master Floral - Spray (72).png
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  4. some more

    Name:  Encaustic Art Wax Colours - Encaustic (48).png
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    Name:  Faber Castell Pitt Artist - Marker (48).png
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    Name:  Faber Castell Pitt Big Brush - Marker (48).png
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    Name:  Holbein - Watercolor (108).png
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    Name:  Holbein Academy - Pastel Color (47).png
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  5. more

    Name:  Holbein Acryla - Acrylic Color (76).png
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    Name:  Holbein Artist - Oil Color (100).png
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    Name:  Holbein Extra Fine - Oil Color (144).png
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    Name:  Model Master Artist - Metal (105).png
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    Name:  Monstercolors Graffiti - Spray (51).png
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  6. n more

    Name:  Prismacolor Artist - Watercolor (36).png
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    Name:  Shin Han - Oil Color (105).png
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    Name:  ShinHan Korean - Watercolor (48).png
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    Name:  ShinHan Premium - Watercolor (72).png
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    Name:  Van Gogh - Pastel Color (48).png
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  7. Talking thats it

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    Name:  Winsor and Newton Artists - Pastel Color (200)0_100.png
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    Name:  Winsor and Newton Artists - Pastel Color (200)100_200.png
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  8. #48
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    I bought recently the 3.5.3 version so that’s the reason for looking old and new posts in the form. (and the late reaction).
    My problem with the colorpicker was that I was trying it in TotalCommander.
    Then I went to Windows Explorer, and immediately it works great.
    So for all late finders of the colorpicker, start with the Windows Explorer.

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    Last edited by JMMK; 10-11-2011 at 07:07 PM.

  9. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dany51 View Post
    Hi Rowena,
    no doubt azathothgr can give a more complete answer
    but the simple one is :

    unzip the .rar file in a folder and you have in there two executable
    (read my precedent post about it),
    call the folder custompicker,

    I have it in my Colors folder in Art Rage folder

    all you have to do is to find all (or what you want to have as pickers)
    your .col collection from the Resources folder and bring them in that folder,
    then one by one drop them on the executable,
    you will see the pickers show up one by one,
    then bring back the .col files to their place and the pickers to the pickers folder.

    Hope this will help !
    Hi Danny,

    Long time since you last posted this. As others have said, I'm not a programmer either. I've tried to do as you mentioned and it simply does not work. When you say "drop them on the executable" are you saying drag and drop on the executable file?

    I suspect there is something to do with "python," which I have no clue what that is. If I simply run the executable file I get an error saying "this application has failed to start because python26.dll was not found. re-installing the application may fix this problem." In my case, re-installing does not, in fact, solve the problem.

    All I'm really looking to do is create a picker with a standard set of colors that I always paint with in real life. That's it.

    Sorry for being a dummy and thanks!

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by pkasco View Post
    ... All I'm really looking to do is create a picker with a standard set of colors that I always paint with in real life. That's it....
    Hi Pkasco,
    I was just facing that situation of yours, to create a picker with a standard set of colours that I will be using in real life. And I was wondering if you manage to succeed with this?

    I am starting plein air paintings and have decided to give a try to the Scott Christensen´s limit palette, and would really love to have it on ArtRage. But I don't understand how to do that (is not to pick a red colour, for example, but to pick a "bright red" from Windsor&Newton specific colour, and so on.

    The "Custom picker utility" (on page http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...picker-utility) doesn't work, I mean I am not able to download it (uses firefox and Explorer), and Sammy (http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...l-Oils-Palette) made a palette that has real pigments for oil artists and I would like to convert it to a colour picker.

    Well, hope you are still around.

    Thank you for any tip.
    kaiko

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