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Old 05-19-2007, 11:16 AM   #6
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I find it quite a useful tool, although I tend to use SLUGS more in the office - an application which is no longer available.
A super-quick google found it immediately and available for download. And although one reviewer wonders why it can't be installed on Windows 2000, and another had application errors, I had no problem with either. And it's freeware. No longer maintained or supported, apparently (weblink ends up at a parked domain), but does it need that?

So thanks for the tip - after a very quick look it seems a lot more useful than at least the online version of GenoPal which I found totally uninspiring and hard to control - just a fixed set of fixed color combinations. Or am I missing something?

   
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