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devColor

Posted By:Maverick       Posted Date: July 12, 2011    Points: 25    Category: General    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  
 

Small tool which underlines hex/rgb/named colors in stylesheets with the correct color.
It also includes a color picker.
  

 

If the tool helps you and you like it please rate it and/or if you want flattr.

Update:

(03/17/2011)

  • Quickselect now works with left and right ctrl
  • Removed duplicate colors in "Colors in document"
  • Added an options tab
    • quickselect dynamic size
    • insert hex codes upper/lower case
    • inser short hex codes if possible
    • Enable doubleclick on colors to show devColor dialog
      • If you change this option you have to reload all open css/html documents that it will take effect.

(08/08/2010)

  •  Now supporting Shorthand Hex colors.
  • Added "Replace all occurrences" button.
  • Added origin color beyond selected.

09/07/2010)

  •   Updated the the UI and added a "real" color picker.


  • Added a quick pick which shows the colors on the document and the saved colors.
    • You can acces it if you hit ctrl when the mouse hovers over a color.


  • Fixed the bug that removes the ":" if you click on "Use color" if you have selected a named color.


(06/13/2010)

  • Added a color picker. If you ctrl + click on a color it will open the color picker with the color you clicked on.

Features

  • You can pick color from screen
  • You can save you colors
    • Right click on a color  and it will open a context menu
    • If you click on already saved colors you can remove them
  • It shows all colors on the selected document
  • Builds color anagrams eg: makes ABCDEF to CDEFAB, EFABCD ...
  • It replaces the color you clicked on when you click on "Use color"


(06/10/2010) Added:

  • RGB colors eg: RGB(171,205,239)
  • Named colors eg: Lime

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