ColorChooser

Developer: Pairote Leelaphattarakij

Current Version: 1.0.6

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 680.6 KB - Download

Description:

ColorChooser ― Mac OS X Color Picker at your fingertips

ColorChooser offers a fast and simple way to access and organize your colors. It sits nicely on the menubar, so colors are presented in an efficient way without interrupting your workflow.

You can select colors using the standard built-in Mac OS X color pickers, or use the magnifying glass tool to pick up a color from your screen. The selected color can then be copied to your clipboard in the format of your preference.

Key Features:
- Quick and easy access your colors from the menubar.
- Pick up colors from your screen using the magnifying glass tool.
- Find the right colors using the standard built-in Mac OS X color pickers.
- Copy the selected color to clipboard in the format of your preference (e.g. Hex, RGB, HSL, NSColor, UIColor, CGColor).
- Create and organize your own color palette lists.
- Customizable keyboard shortcuts.
- Mini mode.
- Support third-party color picker plug-ins.
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
- Much, much more.

If you have any issues or feedback, please feel free to email us - [email protected]

Visit our website at http://www.colorchooserapp.com for more information.

Follow us on twitter @colorchooserapp for news and update.

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Release Notes:

- Fixed bug with third-party plug-in.
- Enabled sandboxing.
- Update German localization strings.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.6
Review by spliceguys

Great, but broken on Yosemite - This is a great color chooser. I do a lot of web work and this has been indispensable. But, on the beta of Yosemite it is broken. The developers website doesn’t load, so hopefully he hasn’t gone out of business.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
1/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by MisterCEO

Fail.. - So far I've managed to use this app to sample three KNOWN RGB Hex values and the application returned the incorrect value for all three. It is absolutely NO help to me and is actually a detriment....talk about a good way to ruin a project. For example, I sampled swatches of: #313131 #574434 #cfbfe3 and the app returned values of (respectively): #242424 #443427 #c3aedc

Found helpful by 6 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.0.6
Review by spliceguys

Great, but broken on Yosemite - This is a great color chooser. I do a lot of web work and this has been indispensable. But, on the beta of Yosemite it is broken. The developers website doesn’t load, so hopefully he hasn’t gone out of business.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
3/5
Version 1.0.6
Review by Bobby T.

Not Yosemite Ready - The layout of the main window is all messed up in Yosemite, making trying to use it a problem at best.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 1.0.6
Review by JGB-DC

Save your money, not working on Yosemite - I’ve raved about this app in the past, however since Yosemite’s release it won’t work on my computer in any meaningful way. Sizing and framing is off which renders it useless. The app’s support website is now showing metal detector information—not sure what’s happened here. Sad to post. Great product in the past.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
1/5
Version 1.0.6
Review by skellener

Broken in Yosemite - The ColorWheel - Color Chooser is my favorite tool of all time coming from NeXTSTEP. As an artist, the simplicity and elegance of this tool has no rival. Unfortunately, now under Yosemite Color Chooser is broken. Let’s hope the developer will fix this fantastic tool that gives you the Apple/NeXT ColorWheel any time you needed it. Please fix it guys!! Back up to 5 stars when it’s fixed!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
4/5
Version 1.0.6
Review by Bobby T.

The Best Color Chooser, But... - I’ve purchased a handful of color choosers, but I like this one the best. The *only* thing I would like to see improved is being able to visibly see the color code in addition to it being coppied to the clipboard. The easiest way I can see this being accomodated is to have the example in the dropdown (i.e. HEX - #ffffff or RGB -255, 255, 255) actually change to the selected color...

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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