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DESCRIPTION: This software is intended for use by painters who wish to experiment with mixing paint (virtually) and to plan palettes. See section USAGE below for more details. STATUS: This software is still under development and is only Beta standard at this time. REQUIREMENTS: Requires Rust version rustc 1.26.2 or later. INSTALLATION: It is NOT necessary to install this software in order to use it.For the Rust version all that is required is for the .target/release and/or .target/debug (as appropriate) to be in the user's PATH environment variable. USAGE: The software's GUI pcatk_rs has 2 selectable components: 1. The Palette Planner is a GUI the component that (once the user has selected some paint colours for use) enables the painter to mix new colours by specifying the number of "parts" of paint (or earlier mixed) colours to be used in a mixed colour. This mixed colour can then be saved to a list of mixed colours (along with notes about its intended use) and used in the mixing of further colours. When the painter has finished planning their palette they may print out a report to be used as a reference while completing the painting for which the palette was planned. 2. The Paint Series Editor is the component that enables the painter create sets of paint colours for use in the palette planner. The recommended method is to produce a "sampler" of the actual paints to be used on a suitable medium, take a digital photograph and then cut and paste from that photograph into the paint series editor where its buttons can be used to match the colour. A Colour Sample Viewer is included as part of the editor. An example colour sampler file has been added and should be loaded by the viewer the first time it is launched (and after that it should remember the last file used). TUBE SERIES: At this time, the only paint series data included in the distribution is for an imaginary set of paints known as the "Ideal Paint Colours Series" which features six colours equally spaced around the colour circle (at maximum chroma) together with black and white. This series can be found in the file "ideal_paints.json" in the "data" subdirectory of the source distribution. INTERNATIONALIZATION: Not available. BUGS: It would be greatly appreciated if any bugs encountered by users are reported by creating an issue at: <https://github.com/pwil3058/pcatk/issues> FEATURE REQUESTS: Feature requests can be made by creating an issue at: <https://github.com/pwil3058/pcatk/issues>.
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