Thursday, December 4, 2008

Free ColorPicker Utility

Sometimes you see a web page or graphic, and think that color is just what you need for your own design, but you don’t know exactly what color is used on the page. ColorPic is a really handy free tool that will show you the color code of anything you hover your mouse over. Just start the software and point your mouse to the exact part of the screen you want, and ColorPic displays all the relevant color codes for you. The color picker has a magnifier attached. Grab palettes of up to 16 colors at once and use four advanced color mixers to select a spectrum of possibilities.

Main Features:

  • Easily pick any color from the screen
  • Totally 100% Free!
  • No popup adverts or spyware, it really is free
  • Colors shown in hex and decimal
  • Adjust Hue, Saturation, Value, Red, Green and Blue values
  • Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black percentages shown
  • Easy to use with any other program
  • Resizable magnification area
  • Overlay a grid for quick colorpicker alignment
  • Use arrow keys to nudge mouse pointer
  • Save multiple palettes of colors automatically
  • WebSafe Colors and names displayed
  • Snap to nearest WebSafe color
  • Point sample, 3x3 or 5x5 pixel color sampling
  • Adjust color with four advanced color mixers
  • Edit colorpicker values after selection easily
  • Easy to use collapsible sections
  • Works with Firefox, Internet Explorer, Photoshop and any other application
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