RGBPro is the color picker for everyone. With RGB and CMY color models, 6 hex color formats, HTML & CSS codes, Color Grabber, 10 palettes and a save & restore favorites you can create the color you want. All in a user friendly interface.
Description: Find the perfect combination of colors for Web pages using RGBPro. This feature-rich color picker and code generator is a must-have for Web designers and programmers. Its tightly focused interface delivers function sets in a logical, progressive cross-feature style. Use groupable sliders to breeze through RGB and CMY value selection. Results are updated via a multilayered color swatch, giving a good representation of how color combinations will look. Instantly translate hexadecimal value types for HTML, Java, C/C++, and other programming languages. A handy code generator spins HTML and cascading style sheet tags for quick text and body statement creation. Easily import colors using the mouse cursor with the color grabber. Registered users can set the default tool and disable/enable the splash screen. At every turn, RGBPro offers Web-safe filtering, right-click Clipboard export, and real-time update of code window contents.
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