Pick colors in your favorite applications
- The Open Color Picker is available in any application that supports Apple’s native color pickers.
- It shows all palettes managed by the Companion App.
There are 10 different views to choose from. Each one has several options that can be configured.
Primary: White: #FFFFFF Light Blue: #25AEE0 Secondary: Grey: #CACFC9 Light Green: #98C00F Orange: #EE9F00 Header: Text: =Primary.Light Blue Background: =Secondary.Grey
$primary-white: #FFFFFF; $primary-light-blue: #25AEE0; $secondary-grey: #CACFC9; $secondary-light-green: #98C00F; $secondary-orange: #EE9F00; $header-orange: $primary-light-blue; $header-background: $secondary-grey;
Open Color Tools comes with palettes for the most popular platforms, including Google Material Design and Apple iOS.
.ocofiles step by step.
PS: we are working on more meaningful error messages.
The most basic element of an open color file is a
Color entries can be group into palettes. A palette has its own name and may contain several color entries.
You can define more than one palette per open color file.
Use 'oct/' metadata entries to configure the appearance of a palette.
Use references entries to reuse colors in a different context.
Use the metadata block syntax to specify more complex configurations.
You can use references in metadata entries.
Access and use your palettes in any application that supports the native color panel. Customize them to fit your purpose.
Manage and edit your palettes, import and export various formats and use transforms to quickly change entire palettes.
Start projects faster with our popular palettes. Share your own palettes with your team to make sure everyone is using the same colors.
Important Notice regarding macOS 10.13 'High Sierra'
The Open Color Picker unfortunately does not work at all on the latest version of Apple's macOS
We've started to look into possible fixes, but can't give you an ETA for an update yet
If you use the Color Picker in your Open Color workflow, please do not update to macOS 10.13 'High Sierra'