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COP - Color Picker - Multi value color picking...

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Version 0.0.3.5 (09-May-21) Infos can be found here.

Hello Community,

today I want to publish my first release...

COP - Color Picker

COP - Color Picker features are

  • A good looking GUI,
  • Color codes in six different formats,
  • Copy to clipboard button for each color code,
  • Jump to specific screen position,
  • Full Screen / Limit to active window,
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  • Picks color under mouse pointer,
  • Magnifier, moveable with keyboard cursor (if COP window active only)
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  • HTML color chart embedded, which adjusts displayed color by Javascript,
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  • and pick color with Choose Color Dialog.
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It works fine at least on the XP SP2 machines I tested it on. If you find bugs please let me know.

The executable can be downloaded from my site: http://www.funk.eu

Kudos to Nahuel, Larry, Monamor and xwinterx at the AutoIt Forum for parts of the code

Enjoy and with Best Regards

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Can you host at a better file sharer? Rapidshare plain SUCKS. Sendspace.com is free, no waiting, only ads.

Also, are you providing the source?

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Can you host at a better file sharer? Rapidshare plain SUCKS. Sendspace.com is free, no waiting, only ads.

I will relocate the downloads to my own webspace this evening. I got to much bandwidth left anyhow, no need to be avaricious with it.

Also, are you providing the source?

No, I'm not planning to provide the source.

Best Regards

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Looks good.

If you want look here for more formats.


When the words fail... music speaks

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Looks good. If you want look here for more formats.

Thanks, will look up the conversion maths for those additional formats and implement them (as optional) in the next version.

Also re-located the downloads from rapidshare to my own account.

Best Regards

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Just Great!

You can't imagine how long I was looking for such a tool! :o

Now I can make even more accurate pixel color based programs with your COP.

(I wouldn't have seen this therad if you didn't reply in my input problem thread, that's when I saw this thread link in your sig :D )

You Rock!

Lets check your other threads now.... :D


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Thanks for the nice feedback :P.. Yeah, one of the reason why I answer questions :D

Though I already learned that COP will fail on Vista. But as I have no Vista installed I'm not able to test and fix :D, but hey, who uses Vista anyhow :o

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Looks nice. Thanks for sharing. I could use this :D

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Hello Community,

I decided to update COP.

  • Now open source
  • Added support for CMY and CMYK (by November)
  • Switched Zoom GUI, now hopefully it works on Vista (by WideBoyDixon)
  • Zoom Level can be changed
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It works fine at least on the XP SP3 machines I tested it on. If you find bugs please let me know.

The executable and the source can be downloaded from my site: http://www.funk.eu

Kudos to Nahuel, Larry, Monamor, xwinterx, November and WideBoyDixon for parts of the code

Enjoy and with Best Regards

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very nice!! something i can really use.

A few things:

Make it so the zoom lens disapperars when hovered over the GUI.

get the zoom factor to work... when you zoom beyond a factor of 6, a copy of the zoom window appears in the corner... that is probably becouse the window is next to the mouse, so this effect is created. I don't have a clue as to how to solve the problem, but it sounds hard.

when zooming into higher levels, i have noticed that the crosshairs point to the upper-left of the pixel in question, I am being trivial, but any chance of a centered version?

Looking for more functions - how about reading a database and getting colour names? that would be pretty nice.

other than that, very very nice script.

MDiesel

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Very Nice!!

I agree with this... Make it so the zoom lens disapperars when hovered over the GUI.

Also, I used pause, then clicked on the GUI and everything started working again...

but it still said "paused..."

8)


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nice tool but i looked in your site and found only the exe ... u said u provided source there

anyway good job

I found the source there at the bottom of the page

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Hello Community,

here's another update to COP.

  • Zoom GUI now be default deactivated while hovering over COP GUI
  • Zoom Levels reduced to 2-4-8-16, should be sufficient for all needs
  • Last 10 selected colors are now retained as a "pick history" => Idea inspired by "Color Grab" from Hest
  • COP now includes a sample GUI which contains a list of "Browser compliant colors" => Idea inspired by "Color List" from insignia96, tweaked by billthecreator

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It works fine at least on the XP SP3 machines I tested it on. If you find bugs please let me know.

The executable and the source can be downloaded from my site: http://www.funk.eu

Kudos to Nahuel, Larry, Monamor, xwinterx, November, WideBoyDixon, Hest, insignia96 and billthecreator at the AutoIt Forum for parts of the code...

Enjoy and with Best Regards

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Nice update. Few things -

- the 'Select Color' button places the GUI into pause and adds the color to the pick history

- the only way to add to pick history is to pause? seems this should be a separate hotkey, and pause should just pause

Keep up the nice work!

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Hi wraithdu,

- the 'Select Color' button places the GUI into pause and adds the color to the pick history

Oh I see, you mean the Color Dialog does not add the color to pick history... will fix :)...

- the only way to add to pick history is to pause? seems this should be a separate hotkey, and pause should just pause

Thats a great idea, will implement another hotkey in the next release to just add the color to pick history!

Thanks for the feedback :party:

Best Regards

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Oh I see, you mean the Color Dialog does not add the color to pick history... will fix :)...

Actually I mean that when you press the 'Select Color' button to popup the dialog, it automatically places the GUI into a paused state (like you hit the Pause hotkey) and adds the color you currently have selected (usually the button's background) to the pick list. Pausing the GUI is OK, but it shouldn't add an entry to the pick list.

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To all who have used this.

I ran this program and works great. When i tried to restart my computer it said a process couldn't be turned off. It was called Mioengine.exe.

To all you have used this do you have this process?

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I can assure you it's not related to COP at all! Hey, it's open source, compile it yourself... and I got a valid imprint on my homepage. What kind of stupid hacker would I be? Also be assured that if I wanted to drop malware, I wouldn't do it under my realname :D ...

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