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Color It! 2.3.x

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Color_Ittm_2.3.img_.sit (1.04 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
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color-it-232-img.sit (1.03 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
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color-it-235-iso.sit (2.04 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1

This program allows you to create digital graphic arts in a format similar to those that are expensive. Color It! comes with the basic tools you will need to alter and enhance your images as well as patterns, convolutions, virtual images and color sets.

Plus: "Complete Graphics Studio!" CD Edition MF31A (498.90 MB). or: Alternative DL Mirror
Includes: Full copy of Color It! v2.3.5 and Key Fonts Pro. KPT Bryce (app demo), In the 1st degree (game demo), complementary files: plug-ins, textures, photos, etc; — from MacFormat Cover CDs of 1995.
Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
To use Color It! you should have:

Note: Also runs fine on PPC Macintosh.

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Duality's picture
by Duality - 2018, November 10 - 12:47am

I didn’t know Troy Gaul worked on this app. He was one of the original Adobe Lightroom developers.

http://www.troygaul.com

Neat!

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by WhosIt.There - 2018, November 10 - 2:03am

One of the things I still miss about this app is the ability to reset the options within various dialog windows (such as filters, brightness / contrast, etc.) ... something that Adobe Photoshop STILL can't do even in it's newest version - you painfully have to Cancel the dialog window and then go back in again!!

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by MikeTomTom - 2018, November 9 - 8:43pm

@ Idéfix: Thanks a bunch for that.

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by Idéfix - 2018, November 8 - 9:08pm

"this one comes under our criteria for duplicates and may be taken off-line."

You are right. Done.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2018, November 8 - 8:54pm

It seems a good idea anyway to place it in the Color It! 2.3 entry.

If it was a MicroFrontier pressing, I would be more inclined to agree. But as it's a MacFormat compilation CD that's already here, this one comes under our criteria for duplicates and may be taken off-line.

A note about it's existence with a download link for it in this page, would suffice.

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by Idéfix - 2018, November 8 - 2:07am

'It's disk MacFormat 31A and already included at the MG, in with the MacFormat 1995 Cover CDs collection."

Oups! Sorry. Didn't know that this disk was already in your collection. It seems a good idea anyway to place it in the Color It! 2.3 entry.

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by MikeTomTom - 2018, November 8 - 1:39am

I have uploaded the MacFormat #31 (Dec. 95)

It's disk MacFormat 31A and already included at the MG, in with the MacFormat 1995 Cover CDs collection.

It was a good CD to have at the time, as the "mistakenly included" fonts collection was surprise "bonus".¹

¹). MacFormat had employed a new CD disk editor who had included the 300 odd font families (instead of n? ). Anyway, the following MF issue contained an apology to the Font company, Key Fonts, and asked their readers to remove the fonts if they had installed them... hmm, I wonder how many did remove them...

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by Idéfix - 2018, November 8 - 1:04am

I have uploaded the MacFormat #31 (Dec. 95) "Complete Graphic Studio" special issue CD-ROM with Color It! v2.3.5 because there is much more complements on that disk than previous uploads.

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, September 17 - 12:46am

@WhosIt.There: We are unable to host version 4.0 here as it's still for sale by it's current owners "Digimage Arts" who are made up largely of the former MicroFrontier team.

As well as being a discounted upgrade path to their 4.5 X version, v4.0 is still available for purchase to anyone who may want to run it on 9 or earlier.

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by WhosIt.There - 2017, September 16 - 10:42pm

ColorIt! is a great image editor programme. I originally got it for free off of a MacFormat cover floppy disk and continued using it for years instead of the over-complicated (and often slow) Adobe Photoshop. ColorIt! doesn't have all the fancy masking options as Photoshop, but it still has all the usual functions for most needs. It can't work using CMYK colours, but you can convert the finished image to CMYK.