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  1. #11
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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    Perfect!

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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    Still, nothing beats Gpick
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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    Quote Originally Posted by prokoudine View Post
    Still, nothing beats Gpick
    ..and if you want something between that and Gcolor2, then try Agave.

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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    funny how long something so simple can still be helping people cheers

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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    There's also kcolorchooser which comes with KDE.

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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    kcoloredit includes a dropper tool as well, in Centos 6

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    Re: Eye dropper app?

    I didn't know any of these existed but have certainly wished for one. A standalone eye dropper is definitely better than having to take a screenshot and open it in Gimp.
    "Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects." Will Rogers

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    Re: Eye dropper app?

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