ColorPix is a useful color picker that captures the pixel beneath your mouse and converts it to a different color format. You can use the built-in magnifier to zoom in on your screen, click on any color value to copy directly to the clipboard, and even place ColorPix on all other apps and beyond. Best of all, there’s nothing to install – just download the tiny app and you’re good to go. ColorPix installs without issue, but the process looks a bit dated, like the layout of the program. This can be a tool to help you create a more attractive web site, but no effort has been made to the unwanted interface of ColorPix. Although the window is decent size, the toolbar at the top is clinky and crammed together. The Windows help file format was not supported in our system, but the program offers several options, so it was not very difficult to determine without any guidance. You can open a file to view or paste an item directly into the interface. From there you hover your mouse over any color and web-safe code, hex code and red, green and blue values are displayed. The program doesn’t just work on the web pages you copy and paste into the screen; It can also handle wards and other documents. You can print with color code information. On the item. Although the publisher promises ColorPix can help you choose complementary colors, we haven’t found any specific options for it. ColorPix can tell you specific codes and values for almost any color, but publishers could spend some time making the program more attractive and flowing.
|File Size:||605.00 KB|
|Requirements:||Windows (All Version)|
|Date Added:||March 16, 2020|