Be notified of new releases
Create your free GitHub account today to subscribe to this repository for new releases and build software alongside 28 million developers.Sign up
Some users have requested support for OS X 10.10 (Yosemite).
This is basically just a rebuild with an earlier deployment target. There's no need to upgrade if you're already using it on 10.11 (El Capitan).
Included also are code changes to prepare for Swift 3.0.
With this latest version, we have enabled parsing of rgb() and hsl() definitions.
This means you can copy rgb(), rgba(), hsl() and hsla() definitions directly from your stylesheets and paste them into the respective text boxes to process that color.
Now you can drag and drop all the color swatches from ColorDial to any application that will accept dropped colors.
The user interface has been redesigned after some usability study to be more intuitive as to the functionality.
With this release we've added a new 8-color history swatch set over on the right side of the main window which recalls the last 8 colors you picked or have clicked on in the color dial.
Also you can now hold down the command (⌘) key when picking to enter continuous picking mode. Select multiple colors at once and they'll be stored in your history for later perusal.
With this release, we introduce proper HSL support, allowing us to perform lighten / darken / saturate / desaturate operations. The center 4 color buttons have been converted from Saturation/Value to Saturation/Lightness.
Getting to the pixels between the pixels on your shiny retina screen is a big deal, and you'll love the new non-blurry linearly scaled sampling reticule sported in this new version.
Added some neat color-picking capability to this one.
Color picker shows a magnified reticule and previews the hex color code in the main app while hovering.
We skipped 1.1, cause well no color picker.
Initial release, just the basics.
There's enough here to select your colors and move them around.
TODO: Color picker, Hex input and output.