GetPixelColor is a handy tool for determining pixel color values.
GetPixelColor will come in handy for graphic designers, webmasters as well as those who are interested in merely determining a pixel color. But even if you do not need to figure out color values, you can get to know and understand the RGB color space in a fun and straightforward way. It can also be utilized to determine what kind of pixel color is present on the desktop background at coordinate X: 235 Y: 133, for instance.
It is not a standard function in Windows, so the author decided to design this tool for querying the pixel color values â€‹â€‹RGB, RGBA, HLS, etc. GetPixelColor was previously a subroutine included in DesktopOK.
GetPixelColor is perfect for all types of users from the inexperienced all the up to experienced graphic designers. Using it is straightforward, hit the button marked '? Pixel ?' and move the corresponding box to the area on your desktop, which you would like to check, then make a mouse-click. The color palette will appear, or with keys, 1-4 move it directly to the clipboard and save. See the third screenshot.
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