In "Manual" mode, you set the colors for all windows. In "Automatic" mode, you select the color for the top window and the colors for the bottom windows are set automatically using 120 degree color wheel separation. Data is saved automatically when you quit and reloaded automatically when you launch. This software is freeware.
To work with a Color Scheme, click on the button next to that scheme. Each window has three sliders which set the amount (0 to 255) of Red, Green and Blue in the color. You can change the color by moving the sliders, typing into the fields to the immediate right of each slider or using the Color Wheel. The window color changes as you move the sliders or type into the fields. Click on a window to open the Color Picker (in "Automatic" mode clicking on the bottom windows does not open the Color Picker because these colors are set automatically).
The Color Picker window offers five ways to select a color. You can use the Color Wheel, use sliders (Gray Scale, Red-Green-Blue, Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black, Hue-Saturation-Brightness), Color Palettes, Image Palettes or Crayons to choose a color. Choose the desired color using any method and click on the "OK" button. The Color Picker will close and the RGB color information will be reflected in the window sliders, fields and window.
A Swap menu pick has been added to swap Left with Top (Command-L) or Right with Top (Command-R) in "Manual" mode or rotate window colors clockwise (Command-L) or rotate window colors counter-clockwise (Command-R) in "Automatic" mode. Using this feature changes the operation to "Manual" mode. Similarly, selecting a Color Scheme Choice always changes the operation to "Manual" mode.You can add a short comment for each window if you wish. When you are satisfied with the scheme, click on the "Save Scheme" button to save the data.