By Eigenlogik LLC
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Spectrum is an app for easily and intuitively creating beautiful color schemes.
Inspired by the principles of color theory, Spectrum allows you to:
• Create aesthetically pleasing color schemes based on harmony rules
• Explore tints and shades for colors in your palette
• Automatically generate color schemes from images
• Preview your color schemes using a variety of visualizations
• Capture colors from your screen using the built-in color picking tool
• Organize your collection of color schemes into a searchable database
• Import and Export your color schemes as CSS, PNG and ASE files
• Switch between two color wheel modes - perceptual and uniform
• Compose schemes using your preferred color profile
Need help? Have suggestions for improving Spectrum? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
What's New in Version 1.6.0
- You can now select multiple palettes for export (either combined or individually)
- You can now manually arranging palettes in the library
- Support for backing up and restoring the entire library
- Improved compatibility with Spectrum for iOS
- Minor design tweaks
- Fixed a bug which could produce inadvertent palette color changes
- Fixed iCloud issue on OS X Lion
- Fixed a scrolling issue on Mavericks
good, but maybe needs updating...
I moved to Yosemite, and my go-to app, Color Schemer Studio did not work any more. I had bought this app in the past, and I checked it out more throroughly. Good! I should have been using it all along. And it doesn’t die instantly in Yosemite. But there are a few bugs. The eyedropper tool won’t get anything but white on the main monitor on a two monitor setup under Yosemite. Sometimes the cursor disappears when the app is active. Things go a bit wonky. Maybe not my perfect app in the Yosemite era. Need to keep looking for something like this, as I work with color a lot.