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Is there a plugin that can let Photoshop use a HSL color picker, rather than HSV (which Adobe calls HSB)?

In other words, any/all of the following locations could have an HSL option:

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Or perhaps a plugin with it's own color picker.

Reference

     RGB             HSL         HSV (aka HSB)
=============  ===============  ================
(1,   0, 0  )  (  0°, 1, 0.5 )  (  0°, 1,   1  )   
(0.5, 1, 0.5)  (120°, 1, 0.75)  (120°, 0.5, 1  )   
(0,   0, 0.5)  (240°, 1, 0.25)  (240°, 1,   0.5)   
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There is a plugin called HSBHSL provided by Adobe Photoshop itself. Hope that solve your problem.

HSBHSL The "HSL&HSB" plug-in allows conversion between RGB and HSL (Hue, Saturation, and Lightness) and between RGB and HSB (Hue, Saturation, and Brightness) within Photoshop. This plug-in also allows you to change the Hue, Saturation, or Luminosity of an image as independent channels. Or, to change HSL/HSB using channel operations (calculations).

Download here: Adobe Photoshop Optional Plugins

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The package of plugins you linked doesn't seem to actually contain the HSBHSL plugin; even though the web-site says it does. But i can't really blame you for Adobe's lies. Accepted. – Ian Boyd Jan 22 '11 at 23:56
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This should not be the accepted answer. This plugin only allows you to view the HSL channel in the Channels panel, and doesn't alter any of the color pickers. – Scott Rippey May 7 '13 at 17:41

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