Designers, developers, and other people who work with colors are sure to find Romeolight Software’s CP1 quite useful. You see, this software application is a very simple color picker. It features a simple means of picking a color, it features a narrow, wide, and history palette, it displays the RGB and HTML color code, and it lets you copy said code to the clipboard.
CP1 provides support for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10, at the time of writing this. If you want to use CP1 on your Windows-powered PC, you have two options. You can get the portable version and get started with CP1 right away. Or you can get the installer, quickly install it on your PC, and then start using it.
The main panel on CP1’s interface displays a list of colors; if you click the RGB of HTML color code, it will be copied to the clipboard. Above this main panel you will see buttons for the following features: pick color (Ctrl + C), narrow palette mode, wide palette mode, history palette, options (include # in HTML color, export color palette, exit the application).
You don’t have to pay a thing to use CP1 on your Windows-powered PC. Or to put it in other words, this Romeolight Software product is freeware. You can use it for free, for as long as you want.
If you’re a developer or designer, if you have to work with color, you’re well advised to get Romeolight Software’s very simple CP1 color picker.
Romeolight Software is available as an installer and as a portable edition; CP1 works with any Windows edition from Windows 7 onward. There’s nothing complicated about CP1’s interface. CP1 features a simple color picking tool and nicely displays RGB and HTML color codes. Easily copy the RGB or HTML code to the clipboard. CP1 is free software.
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CP1 Editor’s Review Rating
CP1 has been reviewed by George Norman on 03 Apr 2015. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated CP1 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential