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Making of a Color Spy utility with WTL

, 30 Sep 2003 MIT
Making of color picker utility using WTL and recap of clipboard management APIs.


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About the Author

Tom Furuya
Japan Japan
Live (1994 "Throwing Copper" till 1999 "The Distance To Here") is one of his favorite bands.

After 9 years life in U.S, he lives in his hometown Yokohama, working in Automotive After-sales business.
He sometimes found himself drunk once in a while in Munich.

He has put the period to his windows development after writing first and last article about a light-weight memory program, called colorspy (which is amusingly running on his latest windows except for dual display support.)
He has a message to the WTL author, "you rock. you proved that WTL kicks ass, M*F*C". F, in the middle, always reminds him of somewhat different wording.

Time lapse

His codepen is live.copper. His main focus has changed to various web technologies, to build fastest EPC services for automotive clients instead of pharmaceutical ones.
Ironically, he has not yet been released from the chaotic Windows software development installations even though he is no longer programming for Windows but for server side development.

Ein Prosit, Ein Prosit! He is still with a company in Munich as he loves to help people all over the world who need to fix their cars.

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