Jul 18, 2016

Gpick color picker and palette editor for Linux user

Gpick is an application that allows you to pick any color from anywhere on the desktop, and use it to create collections of colors (palettes) for use in graphic design applications. In this article we will show you how to install GPick on Ubuntu 16.04 and how to use Gpick on Ubuntu.
gpick color picker for linux user

Gpick also has other features that help in the creation of color palettes, such as:
- The ability to create a palette from an imported image.
- Automatic naming of colors.
- Color scheme generator.
- Import and export from various file formats.

Gpick color picker Installation
the easiest way to install Gpick color picker on Ubuntu is through Ubuntu software center.
- Open your Ubuntu Software Center (Application - System Tool - Software).
- Search for Gpick , then 'Install'.
- Enter your password when authentication required.
- Wait until Gpick color picker installation is complete.
- Done.

Usage
Open Gpick color picker. Use (alt + tab) to make Gpick stay on top of other open windows, Move your cursor point anywhere on the desktop. select color you desire to pick, and press space to pick desire color. color code should be added automatically on Gpick right window.

Uninstall
Remove Gpick color picker from your Ubuntu or Linux Mint, - Open your Ubuntu Software Center (Application - System Tool - Software).
- Search for Gpick , then 'Remove'.
- Enter your password when authentication required.
- Done.

That's all how to install, implement and remove Gpick color picker, Linux color picker from screen.

Gpick should be available on Ubuntu software center but, if you curious for Gpick latest version you can download Gpick color picker latest version for ubuntu, Linux Mint , Fedora and other distro here

Useful Links
Gpick Home page Gpick
PPA Gpick PPA
Gpick color picker on Arch Linux
Gpick color picker on Debian
Gpick color picker on fedora
Gpick color picker on Linux Mint
Gpick color picker on Ubuntu

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