Colour picker mac os x

Really weird!

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Screen Shot at 9. Anyone figure out the solution to this? I am experiencing this on my Macbook Air as well. You can work around it by going into Chrome's settings, choosing "show advanced settings," and clicking "Use hardware acceleration when available. Side note: This also fixes an issue where casting a tab to a Chromecast appears "interlaced. The same is happening for me on Chrome 28 and Pretty annoying.

It looks like a recent Chrome update resolved this issue. I'm no longer seeing inverted colors on the new tab page and the issue I was having with casting a tab to Chromecast a bizarre interlacing-like effect caused it to be unusable has also been resolved. The issue is still there in Copy a color to the clipboard and paste it into ColorSlurp.

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Powerful Features to Boost Your Productivity ColorSlurp is the ultimate color productivity booster for developers or designers. OS X has a built in system "color picker" and I found a standalone "app" that will just run that, but I don't see any way to get the hex code from it. Firefox and Chrome both have "color picker" extensions but I'm looking for something that I can use on any application. What can I use for that? It would be really nice if it automatically copied the value to the clipboard, but that may be asking too much :.

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Just run e. TextEdit and press Cmd-Shift-C to open the color picker, or run your standalone program.

An even more versatile color picker is Developer Color Picker with many different output formats, one of which is hexadecimal. This is easily done with AppleScript. A complete working example of code is available here.

I know this is a super old post, but just thought I'd throw this one out there that I've been using for awhile: Sip. Works pretty sweet, and you can get a ton of different color options. App Store Link: Sip. I have no affiliation with the developer, just think it's a cool little app. And it's Free!