Is it exist “colour picker” in GeoGebra? (Like in Paint or in Photofiltre.)

Sándor Zoltán shared this question 2 months ago
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Hi!


I have a picture in GeoGebra.

I would like to know the one pixel colour of picture. I would like to copy this colour.

Is it exist “colour picker” in GeoGebra? (Like in Paint or in Photofiltre.)


Thank you very much for the answer!


Zoli

Comments (6)

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I think not

you can open the picture in paint, then select the color with the picker, then edit the color and note the RGB numbers for to use them in GG.

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Thank you. Yes, I know this Paint/GGB solution, but I woluld like to know the one pixel colour of picture in GGB and I would like to copy this colour.Thank you. :)

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If you want to know exactly the RGB or Hex code of the colour of an object in GeoGebra, right click on it, then select Properties (Settings in v.6), and the Colour tab. You will see the RGB or Hex code of the object's colour displayed on the bottom of the colour palette.

By pressing the + icon you can create the color you want for an object, entering the desired RGB values.

/8Pym8XBiAuwLEAAAAASUVORK5CYII=

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Sorry for the Italian interface :)


I hope it's clear that it's the Color tab of the Properties dialog of the object.

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Thank you. Yes, I know how can I see the object colour (and the Italian interface was clear, as well :) ), but I woluld like to know the one pixel colour of picture in GGB and I would like to copy this colour.Thank you. :)

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I repeat me

you can open *.ggb file with zip, then extract the picture, open with paint ..........................etc

you can also download a general tool colour picker like

https://download.cnet.com/s/colour/

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