ColorCache is an ultimate set of color tools, suitable for any designer or web developer. The smart organization of the software allows it to become the very main color-related tool of a computer professional.
ColorCache is organized around the palette concept. For example, when you need to pick a color from the screen, the colors youve picked would be added to the current palette. So you can, for example, pick several colors, and then copy them all at once. Also, you can select a group of colors in the palette and then adjust them all by changing their hue, saturation, and lightness simultaneously.
But ColorCaches really cool feature is its «Palette Builder». Here you can select the «base» or «source» color, and the *formula* for building the palette (the process is obvious and highly visualized), and obtain a palette ready-to-use in your works.
There are several well-commented formulas in the software, and you can build your own ones too. Moreover, you can build a formula by picking a source and derived colors from on-screen samples (for example, somebodys pretty site), and therefore «reverse-engineer» the formula of those colors.
Additionally, ColorCache provides several ways to preview selected palette (either in simple multi-color figures, or with built-in web page samples). Another smart feature of the software is the capability to «pin» to some other program (so ColorCache would always be shown on top of the program its pinned to).
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