Color picker is a color picker function to detect a tone displayed on the PC screen. The tool can be used to choose, create coloring schemes or even adjust color values. The color nuances tend to vary widely, so the color picker function has the role of helping the user find the right color in a practical way. The Chrome extension store offers a variety of free color picker plugins. Here are five options to find out the exact tone of a website or image.
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Colorzilla is one of Firefox's most popular extensions, with over 5 million downloads, and is also available for Chrome. It allows the user to get a color reading from anywhere in their browser, or to quickly adjust the color and paste it into another program. In addition, you can parse the page and inspect a palette of your colors, and even create advanced multi-stop CSS gradients.
Among its offered features are: dropper; pre-installed palettes; Advanced Color Picker, similar feature to Photoshop; Color History of recently chosen colors; function to copy chosen colors to the transfer area; display of information of elements such as tag name, class, size, among others.
With Colorzilla the user can get a color reading from anywhere in the browser. Photo: Reproduction / Carol Fernandes
The extensive Color Picker ideal for anyone working with Photoshop or web design. It tells you the exact color number in hex and RGB so the user can use accurate colors in their work.
To give the purest form of a color simply choose a number from 0 to 360, with saturation at 100 and brightness at 50. By reducing saturation, the color moves toward gray. Increasing brightness, movement toward white, and decreasing movement toward black.
Color Picker gives you the exact color number to use in any software. Photo: Reproduction / Carol Fernandes
Eye Dropper is an extension for Chrome and Chromium that lets you choose colors from any webpage or from an advanced, integrated color picker. Each color you choose can be copied to the transfer area or stored in the history for the user to find and use at a later time. a tool especially aimed at web developers.
Eye Dropper has an advanced, integrated color picker. Photo: Reproduction / Carol Fernandes
Color by Bale allows users to choose website colors, save colors and gradients, and get matching shades to create their own color combinations. The extension still follows design rules, such as mixing complementary or analog tones, to suggest combinations.
It has different built-in tools to generate a site image with the exact cursor location to find the selected color, get matching color combinations and save what was found, and build your own gradients using the already saved colors.
Color by Fardos allows the user to create their own gradients Photo: Reproduction / Carol Fernandes
ColorPick Eyedropper is a fast and easy-to-use color dropper. It features a zoom drag feature so that the user can make a more accurate adjustment. Web page region zooming capabilities can help you see the accuracy of pixel alignment during development adjustments. ColorPick uses PNG quality to prevent color loss.
ColorPick Eyedropper Photo: Reproduction / Carol Fernandes