ColorPicker goes HTML, comes to Photoshop & Illustrator CC 2014

“They may take our Flash,” a blue-faced Mel Gibson is bellowing somewhere, “but they’ll never take… our panels!!”

I’m delighted that longtime friend to Photoshop-based painters Anastasiy Safari has released a new, HTML5-based version of his MagicPicker panel for Photoshop & Illustrator. Check out the new goodness:

MagicPicker Color Wheel/Picker 4.0:

  • Finally brings full CC 2014 support (Photoshop and Illustrator)
  • Introduces Color Temperature Wheel that lets artist separate warm color palette from cold color palette
  • Improves Tone Lock: Lock tone of color when changing its hue or saturation
  • Brings Big Color Swatches that improves perception of colors
  • Supports all major versions of Photoshop and Illustrator (Adobe Creative Suite and Creative Cloud): CC2014, CC, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3
  • Introduces new color wheel engine and more features and improvements



4 thoughts on “ColorPicker goes HTML, comes to Photoshop & Illustrator CC 2014

  1. I was the beta tester for this! This thing is really neat.. so cool it has this color temperature mode…. saves a lot of time when retouching photos

  2. Gorgeous update! Been using it since the first version and MagicPicker gets only better with time 🙂 Their support is just instant.

  3. Updating! thanks for the news!!
    the previous version was the single best plugin for PS I have saved me a lot of projects!!

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