The Color Scheme Editor is an application used to alter the default color maps found in another application, the TomTom Navigator. TomTom Navigator is itself a map program used on many portable devices, including PDAs and smartphones. There are no settings on it that allow a user to change the colors of his maps, but the Color Scheme Editor application makes just that possible. This is because the Color Scheme Editor can run on a user’s computer or PC, access the CLR-extension files from TomTom Navigator, then carry out the necessary edits to change the RGB codes (and thus, the displayed colors) specified by that file. Users will have to download the CLR-extension file from the device where they have TomTom Navigator installed, of course, but this is a simple file transfer. The same goes for uploading the edited CLR file to the original device afterwards.
The Color Scheme Editor is a free application, and it used to be named the Color Style Editor. The developer also supplies premade color schemes for users. The program has an internal help file and it can be accessed in Dutch and English.
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