Color Cop

Color Cop

Free
With Color Cop you will be able to convert RGB decimal values to Hexadecimal
4.5  (8 votes)
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Color Cop is a very useful color selector that allows you to get the right color code, the corresponding color code (HTML, RGB, C++, Visual Basic, etc) of any color you see in your screen. With Color Cop you can also increase up to 16 times any area of the screen since it has an incorporated zoom tool, so you will not miss any detail in a graphic no matter its size, and you can also select colors in a more comfortable way. It is a very useful tool that opens the selected colors in a small interface window when you need it.

Color Cop allows you to store the most frequently used colors, and even if you close them they stay in the memory. It is so easy to use that you can access your interface by just right-clicking anywhere with your mouse, and it is also very easy to install, hiding in your system bar and not using much space or memory. With Color Cop you will be able to convert RGB decimal values to Hexadecimal color codes. It is one of the most useful tools for web designers who work with 216 color palettes.

Claudia Liliana Timmer
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Pros

  • Fast and easy to use

Cons

  • None

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Melanie

Melanie I can not, for the life of me, get Color Cop to work properly on Windows 10. I've installed it several times over the last few months, hoping for a successful result, but no luck. I used it all the time on my older computers (Windows Vista & Windows with great success. I've tried reaching the developer Jay Prall, but no luck anywhere. Any suggestions? Anyone else have this issue?

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