Color Picker

UUID: color-picker@fmete
Score: 5
Last edited: 1 month ago
Last commit: 61c160ad1bcde4ed8ff045732dff50d875e21642

Use the color picker to select a color on the screen. The color value (HEX or RGB) will be copied to the clipboard.

Click on the applet, then click on a pixel, its color will be automatically copied to the clipboard.

Required Packages:

sudo apt-get install xsel python-xlib python-numpy

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8 Comments

Robert Orzanna
Robert Orzanna-3 weeks ago
Excellent applet! I would only make the icon a bit smaller to better fit its appearance into the panel.
Landy DeField
Landy DeField-1 month ago
For those using Cinnamon but not Mint or a .deb based OS

Arch
pacman -S python2-xlib python2-numpy

Using Pip installer with python3.x as the default and python2.x installed
$ sudo python2 -m pip install python-xlib
$ sudo python2 -m pip install numpy
Landy DeField
Landy DeField-1 month ago
Hmm..

Arch
$ sudo pacman -S python2-xlib python2-numpy
Peyu Yovev
Peyu Yovev-1 month ago
It's a very nice and useful applet. Working like a charm. I just have one suggestion: Please, add an option to copy hex code without "#" symbol.
Jokko Vitch
Jokko Vitch-2 months ago
Works fine on Mint 18.2 X64. Very handy tool :)
Marko
Marko-3 months ago
It's not working properly on Mint 18.2 (Cinnamon - 32bit). It don't save the clolor codes. Indeed, using CopyQ, after pick a color you cannot find the color code in history.
NikoKrause
NikoKrause-2 months ago
I tried to improve it a bit. The description was missing a required package: ┬╗python-numpy┬ź

During color picking the cursor changes now to a crosshair and a notification with the selected color pops up.
Val Di Castello
Val Di Castello-1 week ago
Thank you for reply. Now it works fine. Yes, I guess I missed the python-numpy package at the very first install.
Regards