Previously, we've talked about built-in Preview color picker for Mac OS X Leopard. To our disappointment, last time we've failed to grab the real hex color code for picked color.
Fortunate for us, we found out a way to get the real hex color code from color bar and we will discuss about that in this article.
In most of free built-in Mac applications, under Menu Bar → Tools you can find a tool named Show Colors (shortcut: command-shift-c). Upon clicking on it, a color pane will appear and…
Shown Above. Opening Colors Pane in Preview
Shown Above. Picking Out Sample from Color Bar
So far, this is the fastest and cheapest color picker I've found on my Mac. Perhaps you've something to say about this, why don't you shout it out on the comment box below?
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