A simple Windows console app that can show the RGB color values and HTML color code of a pixel under the mouse cursor when the user clicks somewhere on the screen. The results are stored as a table in a .html file, and displayed in the default web browser.
It doesn't require any instalation, just start the .exe
To start mouse click tracking press Shift, to stop tracking press Ctrl. The program will display a dot in the console for every mouse click tracked so far. To enable debugging information in the console (mouse cursor position, RGB value of the pixel under the cursor, HTML color code) press Alt. To disable it press Alt again. To save all the tracked mouse clicks to a table in a .html file (this file is called output.html, and is created automatically in the folder where the .exe file is currently located) and display it in your default web browser, press the middle mouse button (the mouse wheel).
That's pretty much it...:D
You are free to use or share it as you like.
- Shows the color under the mouse cursor when you click somewhere on the screen
- Works under Windows
- Saves the colors in a html table and displays it in your default web browser
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