Ades Color Picker

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November 12, 2008

pickIf you are a designer, you must know how important it is to pick the appropriate colors while creating any designs. Sometimes you need to pick color from images and you do that with photoshop easily. But there are times when one needs to pick colors from other running applications or simply from the desktop. In such cases you’ll have to take screenshot of webpage or other running applications and then pick the color via photoshop which is a bit too long process. So there comes the essence of Ades Color Picker.

ades AdesClrPicker is developed by Abdylas Tynyshov of This handy application can pick any color from any place on the screen for you. The interface is very easy to use. Capturing colors from any portion of the screen is just a click away. The output color can be taken in HTML, RGB, C++, VB and Delphi color codes.

At startup AdesClrPicker will get minimized to the system tray. You can activate it by right clicking the Color Picker icon and selecting activate or simply by pressing hot keys which can be set as per your choice from the settings. When activated, the mouse cursor changes into a color picker and a floating color table hangs by its side. As you drag the mouse around the screen, the color below the mouse cursor is highlighted and the color code for it is shown. AdesClrPicker will remember the last 10 colors picked by you making it easy for your future use. These colors are accessible via the floating menu which can be positioned anywhere. You can exit the program with a right click.  You can also modify the colors with the hue saturation sliders in the color library.

You can also save the colors that you have picked in the Color Library. If you are working on a project and need to play with various colors switching them often, then Color Library will be very helpful.

The software can be downloaded from Go grab the software and pick any color efficiently with an ease.

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  • goodlinkmyblog

    Sounds like a very useful tool, pity I did not find this sooner whilst playing around with my blogs.