Ok. I figured out the ‘name’ field.
It looks like while in the ‘Convert All Colors To List’ mode, CTPro will begin at the top left (0,0) and work it’s way down the first column, then start at the top of the 2nd column (1,0) and work it’s way down, etc.
The Y,X (column,row) coordinates are then placed in the ‘name’ column.
Perhaps everyone already knows this.
Maybe it will help someone like me who didn’t know that.
One interesting bonus is it shows the ‘constraints’ of the integer-based Lab palette in the Photoshop color picker (which always rounds up decimals to whole numbers). ColorThink Pro displays floating point Lab values while Photoshop does not.