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Helpfull tool to help you choose your sleeving color theme.

post #1 of 10
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Just found this nice little site.

http://www.choosemypc.net/sleeving/
post #2 of 10
You must have missed it 1st time round
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post #3 of 10
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

You must have missed it 1st time round

Hah! I sure did! tongue.gif
post #4 of 10
Thanks for posting it again, I missed it too. Just ordered paracord in a few different colors for my first sleeve job, so this will give me something to play with. thumb.gif
post #5 of 10
Another "thanks" from me too, the whole site is a nice little resource for a beginner..thumb.gif


Fussy as I am, I want a combination that isn't shown, and it is awesome being able to switch around the colours particularly on the 3 colour set-up, but I want to see a simple outline of options inside, with two single dark lines on the outers is there a source code available, or is it well above a mere mortal to be able to adjust it...

It seems so Damn fussy and awkward to ask, but the tool becomes soo much more adaptable if you could pick a colour for each strand maybe?

Sweet idea to implement the image button making it easy to cut and chop a different design if not, but another 'suggestion would be to have an adjustable background as well, I say this as white is a bit 'stark' and cases will usually be dark or led lit, so the same hue controll for the background as the cables would give an awesome tool that perfection touch.

All this sounds, ungrateful, and for that I apologise, but Just thinking out aloud how to perfect a fantastic tool. redface.gifbiggrin.gif
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by IWANTBLUE View Post

Another "thanks" from me too, the whole site is a nice little resource for a beginner..thumb.gif


Fussy as I am, I want a combination that isn't shown, and it is awesome being able to switch around the colours particularly on the 3 colour set-up, but I want to see a simple outline of options inside, with two single dark lines on the outers is there a source code available, or is it well above a mere mortal to be able to adjust it...

It seems so Damn fussy and awkward to ask, but the tool becomes soo much more adaptable if you could pick a colour for each strand maybe?

Sweet idea to implement the image button making it easy to cut and chop a different design if not, but another 'suggestion would be to have an adjustable background as well, I say this as white is a bit 'stark' and cases will usually be dark or led lit, so the same hue controll for the background as the cables would give an awesome tool that perfection touch.

All this sounds, ungrateful, and for that I apologise, but Just thinking out aloud how to perfect a fantastic tool. redface.gifbiggrin.gif

I have updated the tool to allow more in depth customisation now! Hopefully that is helpful for you.

I do plan to add an adjustable background color. If you have any other ideas feel free to share them.
post #7 of 10
and I've already had a play thanks m8 smile.gif and have saved my choice....

Unfortunately having played with your first version I now worry mine's a bit too simple, but I wanted simple originally LOL...

Thanks for creating the new addition though, I think it will come in handy for people to thrash schemes out smile.gif
Edited by IWANTBLUE - 1/13/14 at 8:42am
post #8 of 10
Haha, sometimes the simplest color schemes are the best after all.

Good luck with your sleeving!
post #9 of 10
Oh Mark, as good as the new one is I didn't mean you to drop the other one??

The original was great too, giving different pattern options at the click of a button that you can't do with the new one??
They compliment one another, unless you can implement v2 control into v1 quick and easy pattern generation.
post #10 of 10
That's coming. Gotta work on some other stuff with higher priority for a little while but I will be looking at expanding the functionality as time goes on.
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