3 Replies Latest reply on May 8, 2014 8:27 AM by aimeedb

    Kuler Extension in CS5?


      I've recently installed CS5, Dreamweaver, PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign & Fireworks. All of the help areas say that the kuler extension is in Windows > Extensions, but it isn't. How do I load this extension??? Specifically, I need the extension in Dreamweaver. It DOES show in Illustrator, but no DW.

        • 1. Re: Kuler Extension in CS5?
          atjain Adobe Employee

          Kuler is supported currently within five products - Adobe Illustrator® CS5, Photoshop® CS5, InDesign® CS5, Fireworks® CS5, and Flash® Professional CS5. The Kuler panel should be available within Windows > Extensions menu within these products. Please reply to this post if you have any problems accessing it within these software. Currently, Kuler is not present within Dreamweaver. You can access kuler via the kuler website or through the Kuler Air app (http://www.adobe.com/go/kuler_air) and copy hex values of the colors which can be used in Dreamweaver.



          Kuler Team

          • 2. Re: Kuler Extension in CS5?

            I could not believe that Adobe did not include Kuler color with Dreamweaver, (why not???), nor insert an extension for Kuler color. Happily, I, a novice to all this, have just had a very cool experience with Kuler that may help others. For no charge whatsoever, I have just downloaded a free extension for CS5 Dreamweaver, and maybe it will work with other versions of Dreamweaver, too:  https://www.webassist.com/checkout/order.php  After a quick and easy installation, one simply goes to the main menu to choose "Window", and then scroll down to "PalettePicker", to access Kuler! This is so cool! And it is free, too - what  a deal! Check it out!


            Message was edited by: brainbytes

            • 3. Re: Kuler Extension in CS5?



              I have Photoshop CC and nothing shows in my Windows/Extensions menu. I would like to incorporate Kuler into Photoshop. Do I need to download something first for Kuler? And where would I find that?