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RH Dynamic Swatches 2.0 - Previous

Dynamic Swatches 2.0 - Previous is part of the Dynamic Swatches series. Each sold separately and inexpensively so that you have all the controls and UI flexibilty you like.

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Have you ever been in the scenario where you've picked a new color and been frustrated that there's no undo feature for color changes. "There's the history" palette, you might say, but then you try a new color. If that's not right you try again etc trying to narrow in.

Well, Dynamic Swatches - Previous has become one of my "would hate to be without it" tools.

  • The difference with normal history is DS-History samples a range automatically between your current and last color. Then, when you pick a color too far off, it's easy to choose one just a smidge closer to your previous color etc.*

When I first programmed it, I came across an unexpected benefit. To generate a fast and super clean range between two colors, just pick both and lock the swatch. It may not sound like much, but I've grown suprisingly dependant on it.

Dynamic Swatches are exactly what they sound like. Swatches of colors that react dynamically to your current chosen color. No more fiddling with sliders, no more looking for a swatch variation that's just a smidge warmer etc.

Dynamic swatches are artist orientated in their utility, they take no CPU time while painting, they're completely integrated into Photoshop and can be docked, floated, snapped to the ui or together. They can be iconised, double tapped as tabs and held on secondary monitors etc if preferred.

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