From Rightside Response:
Tangerine color management software provides graphic designers and creative professionals with a unique color workflow experience. Now you can have the color you want, when you want it, how you want it. Tangerine offers new and enhanced color support to OS X.
Through integration with several leading graphics applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, Flash and others) plus Apple's Colors panel, Tangerine takes the hassle out of applying color schemes across multiple and even unrelated applications.
At the same time, Tangerine bridges the gap between the color you can see and its practical application on a Mac. It painlessly transforms visual colors into syntax for a range of programming languages, providing coders with drag and drop and one-click color syntax for use with Objective-C, Java, ActionScript, REALbasic and languages that use hexadecimal color syntax.
Tangerine adds new and timesaving color management features that include shortcut functions to apply and retrieve color properties, palette sharing for team projects, palette color space restrictions and the capacity to track incremental changes to a color.
Like the perfect assistant working quietly in the background, Tangerine orders and files all your color schemes so they can be retrieved and used with ease.
What's new in this version:
- Improved integration and operability with OSX 10.5 (Leopard).
- Support for Adobe's CS3 applications.
- HSB controls for color modification.
- Resolved Color Picker issue with crashing Aperture and other Pro Apps.
- Dockable Palette Window.
- Minor bug fixes.