Web Page - Is this the latest

Asked by vin.bone@gmail.com on 2015-12-11

I was looking at your product from a referral from GIMP. I thought it would be nice to have a professional color swatch management tool that would offer consistency as I bounce between different editors of different types (for some reason I have really precise color matching as well as color memory - kind of like perfect pitch for colors). My color perception often drives me crazy when I see something where a theme or CSS was established, but the colors that are supposed to be the same are off due to either the material used for printing or someone trying to manually match the color in another part of the object.

The point is that when I got to your web site I was sure I had been hijacked to some backwater Yahoo! market site. I am guessing this is a really, really old web page that you just haven't felt deserved the time to update. It's style is definitely old school. What it tells me is that the author is a really competent technician, but does not emphasize graphic arts with equal effort.

What I'm trying to say in a very nice way is that there is no way I would accept this product as being artistically competent because the web page is visually offensive and archaic.

Just my opinion.

Still, I'm giving the product a shot an hope it will do what I'm looking for.

Cheers,
Kevin

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2015-12-11
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2015-12-13

Don't worry, this tool has no artistical pretention ;-) it's just a little (technical) tool meant for converting color swatches... And as you might have noticed, the latest release is more than 5 years old... which is indeed pretty archaïc in terms of web history ;-)

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