On 12/5/06, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> time for another little poll. GIMP has an interface for pluggable color
> selector modules. Over the time we have collected quite a few of them.
> In the 2.3 tree we have the following modules and builtin color
> selectors:
>  Default color selector
>  CMYK color selector
>  Painter-style triangle color selector
>  Watercolor style color selector
>  Palette color selector
> This is IMO too much choice for most users and I think it would help if
> we would disable some of them. Expert users would still be able to
> reenable them in the Module Manager. Perhaps we could even have a menu
> somewhere in the Colors tab that allows to enable/disable color
> selectors.
> Now the question is, which color selectors do you actually use? I have
> myself never found the Watercolor selector to be useful. But your
> mileage might vary. Tell me about it.

I use the triangle color wheel. After reading about color design, it
makes more sense.

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