[Ann] Pallet-Picker 2 Released
Announcing Pallet-Picker 2
We've all seen web sites and catalogues with print that just isn't
readable. Sometimes the type is too small, sometimes it's poor color
selection. Here, finally, is a tool that a designer can use to fight
the color selection problem.
Pallet-Picker 2 is released today by Notesoft. This program, for Mac
or Windows, assists graphics arts designers in two ways. First, it
creates a pallet of colors that is compatible with a controlling color
that the designer defines. Second, it locates good, readable colors
for the text that is to overlay any given background color. We
believe that PP2 is the only program in the world that performs this
important function. PP2 is the result of considerable research which
allows the program to approximate the judgment of many sets of human
The price is only $20, with substantial discounts for educators and
site licenses. Visit www.notesoft.com for more information.
Re: [Ann] Pallet-Picker 2 ReleasedX-Trace
On 2008-07-15 11:19:28 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> Announcing Pallet-Picker 2
> PP2 is the result of considerable research
Bringing any product to market is a long, intense process, fraught with
errors and demanding tight quality control. This is genuinely not meant
to be snarky, but one might hope the aforementioned "research" would
have included using the dictionary BEFORE finalizing the name of your
product. And I see this is the second version of same.
A pallet is a construction of wood meant to hold boxes or other grouped
items for transport or moving by forklift.
A palette, on the other hand, is an artist's tool for holding and
mixing colors of paint.
Perhaps I'm a bit too A-R, but there you go.
Member Filemaker Business Alliance
Long Beach, CA
Re: [Ann] Pallet-Picker 2 Released
> Perhaps I'm a bit too A-R, but there you go.
> Lynn Allen
> Member Filemaker Business Alliance
> Long Beach, CA
No you are not. I wouldn't buy software with a nonsensical name. Further I
wouldn't spend $20 on software that has been freely available in many forms.
On top of that I have created such a tool in Filemaker ages ago. Took me
about 30 minutes to set up and an afternoon to finalize. Not quite what I
would call extensive research.
Keep well, ursus