Color Picker - Native Eyedropper Native eyedropper color picker tool in RGB, HEX, HSL, and CMY formats
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The "Color Picker - Native Eyedropper" extension serves as a tool that identifies the color of any pixel on your screen, both inside and outside the browser window. The pop-up display enables the user to easily adjust the selected color. It retains the last six colors and presents them in various formats, such as HEX, RGBA, HSVA, HSLA, and CMYK. This plugin serves as a universal color picker, accessible from any application. To extract a color from an image, open it in a browser tab or a native image viewer and click the "Eyedropper" action button to activate the global color picker.



  1. What is the "Color Picker - Native Eyedropper" extension and how does it work?

    Modern browsers have a built-in eyedropper tool that can identify the color of any pixel on the screen, not just within the browser window. The extension includes a color editor interface that allows easy modification of the selected color. In addition, you can easily copy the chosen color to your clipboard and use it in your text editor or other places.

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  3. What's new in this version?

    Please check the Logs section.

  4. Is the history of my previously selected colors available in this extension?

    Yes, the extension retains the record of the previous six colors. You can copy them to the clipboard by selecting them on the interface.

  5. Is there a keyboard shortcut available to launch the interface of this extension without clicking the action button?

    Yes, you can set up a custom shortcut for the extension by visiting “chrome://extensions/shortcuts” in a browser tab. However, it’s important to note that you still need to manually activate the eyedropper button for the extension to switch to the native color picker mode. The native eyedropper requires user action to get activated. The popup interface supports two keyboard shortcuts:

    • “E”: Activates the native eyedropper
    • “S”: Saves the currently selected color to the list

    So, to activate the native color picker without using the mouse, assign a custom shortcut for opening the popup. Once it is open, press the “E” key.

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    If you have questions about the extension, or ideas on how to improve it, please post them on the  support site. Don't forget to search through the bug reports first as most likely your question/bug report has already been reported or there is a workaround posted for it.

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    storageKeeps the list of 6 last selected colors

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