Color Averager is a simple program that averages four colors via red, green and blue.
What is this exactly for? Just to please my eyes at the monitor and screw up the proper profile setting? Why do I want to do that when my monitor is properly calibrated? Something to play with until the computer goes nuts?
Don't see the point of this TOYWARE. Maybe the developer should spend more time on writing an application for calibrating the monitor instead of screwing up the monitor.
That's the way I see it (in a proper calibrated way)!
This app averages colors and can output them in many ways. That is all. It is not a color calibration tool.
This is a handy little tool, but I have three issues:
- The color sample sizes is too small. On a large display, those teeny boxes aren't very helpful when trying to mix a color.
- The interface is funky, and doesn't exactly follow Apple's UI guidelines. Why do the color's numerical values have to appear in that fly-out drawer? Couldn't they appear within the main window?
- I'd like to get Hexadecimal values of the color results for my Web design work. It's kind of a chore to have to enter the color values from here into another app to get Hex values.
...but I like the concept of this app a lot.
Next version will be re-sizable and I have just added the hex values as by your request.
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