Check Contrast between Two Colors in Ubuntu Linux via Kontrast

For designers want to check color contrast, there are a few handy little tools in Linux Desktop to do the job. Kontrast is the one designed for KDE though works on all Linux desktops. GNOME has a stylish color contrast tool. Though it’s now in early stage which does not work well and freezes often… Continue reading Check Contrast between Two Colors in Ubuntu Linux via Kontrast

Colorpicker: Mininal But Complete Color Picker App

There are quite a few color picker applications for Ubuntu Linux. Colorpicker is another one written with Electron, and works in Linux, Windows, and Mac OS. The colorpicker tool features: pin app window to the foreground. A picker opens an eyedropper to pick a color from your desktop Colorsbook, a color manager show three bar… Continue reading Colorpicker: Mininal But Complete Color Picker App

Pick – A Color Picker for Ubuntu with History Support

Pick is a simple open-source color picker application for Ubuntu Linux. It supports history by remembering last colors where you got them from. Pick lets you pick colours from anywhere on your screen. Choose the colour you want and Pick remembers it, names it, and shows you a screenshot so you can remember where you… Continue reading Pick – A Color Picker for Ubuntu with History Support

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