Stable Version 1.0.1 (OutSystems 10)
Published on 30 May 2018 by 
Created on 30 May 2018
Mobile Color Picker is a mobile widget that you can easly use with your tumb to select a color. Color selection is done using a standard color pallet or by passing a custom URL of an image, of which all colours are then available to pick from. Úses
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Only tested on Android.

Does only function properly when installed as app on your phone of tablet.

Click on the color circle to open up the color selector and notice that the colored circle you pressed changes color as you move you finger.

The widget returns a html color code.

The color selector is actually an image, you can use any image as color palette, the pixel your finger is on one release will be selected. Works best with an circle image of 150x150 pixels with transparent background.

What’s new (1.0.1)

typo removed.

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