These two tips will be incredibly useful to me. But one question: having saved a colour how can I then later delete it from the little panel?
Thanks so much for your Newsletters and extremely well done videos! I never stop learning!! Best, Ian. A work-around people use is to set that color to white.
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A half-way solution, but easier to look at. This was really useful. Also the ability to save colors and re-use them across apps is fantastic. This knowledge is going to save me a lot of time! Thanks for the information and so clearly described too.
OS X: Use Any Color on Your Screen
That was really useful, thank you. All Rights Reserved. The Color Picker is a standard tool window that you will find in a variety of apps like TextEdit, Preview, Pages, and many third-party apps as well.
You can select any color using a variety of methods in the Color Picker. The original ColorSnapper magnifying glass — introduced in and adopted by every modern color picker app since then — just got even better! It works with multiple displays, different resolutions and with different pixel density.
ColorSnapper — The Color Picker App for macOS
You can switch between Spaces and Applications having the magnifying glass on the screen. Allows to choose every physical pixel on a retina screen, but also works great on displays with normal pixel density by increasing mouse sensitivity and magnification level.
Light Dark. Mark colors you regularly pick as favorites or go back in time to hundreds of colors.
ColorSnapper 2 allows you to match the color export format to your coding style. Control foreground and background colors directly from ColorSnapper in your favorite designer tools.