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    Color Sucker for Firefox

    I don't know if you already know about this but it's so cool just wanted to share. It's an add on for Firefox and you can see a picture and right click on it and get a Adobe .ASE swatch file that you can use in Photoshop!

    Extract colors from photos and make color schemes | ColorSuckr
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    Very cool! TFS!
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    Vicki, that's awesome and incredibly useful! Thank you!!!
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    It is a cool application. Thanks Vicki.
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    Thanks Vicki!

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    Thank you, Vicki - that's really useful. It's a pain to do it by hand in PSE.
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    Vicki that is really fun to play with and a great place to go for color inspiration!
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    That is really cool, but my right click button doesnt seem to work consistently in Mozilla-odd!
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    Thanks for the cool link!

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    that is so cool!

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    OH this looks such fun, thanks!
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    What a fun application!!
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    Thanks! This is cool!
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    Awesome, thanks Vicki. I guess you can just create the nuttiest color schemes!!!
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