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ColorPic iconOur Windows Color Picker tool has an inbuilt magnifier and allows you to save full palettes of colors.

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Windows 7, x64?

How well, or not, does ColorPic work on Windows7 (64bit)?
by matt wilkie on Nov 18 2009 1:39pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

At this point we've only tested on Windows 7 x32 and it does indeed work.
by Nico Westerdale on Nov 18 2009 5:37pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

I installed ColorPro on Win7,x64 and it appears to work fine. It is more sluggish than ColorPic on x64 XP, but maybe that's a version difference (?)
by matt wilkie on Nov 19 2009 1:59pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

I cant think of why it would run slower on Win7, souldn't be any reason!
by Nico Westerdale on Nov 21 2009 7:19pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

Yes, it seems incredibly slow on my Windows 2007 system too!  Hope you can provide a "fix" for this because we use it alot!!!!
by Millie Cruz on Jan 27 2010 12:00pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

Colorpic works tecnically, but the coors are not indicated right.
by Okoth on Nov 20 2009 6:05am Reply

Windows 7, x64?

I just installed windows 7 x64 and loaded colorpic as its a great utility I use all the time.  However it opens only to the taskbar.  It does not display on the desktop.  as i move the mouse around.  Has anyone else seen this or fixed it?

by D Jordan on Jan 6 2012 4:44pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

I am using Win7 x64 on a laptop (1920 x 1080).  ColorPic works, but the pixel displayed in ColorPic does not follow the cursor location.  At most I can sample pixels only about 2/3 across and maybe 60% down when the cursor is moved all the way to the bottom right of the monitor.
by C Cromwell on Sep 24 2012 5:35pm Reply

Windows 7, x64?

I have same problem in Windows7 on laptop at 1920x1080 res.
This is frustrating as I am unable to pick color. I read somewhere that placing the cursor high on the page as it will go and as far left as it will go, then clicking the Ctrl key will calibrate the position of the cursor but that does not work either. There is no intelligible correlation between where the cursor is on the desktop and the color being represented in Color Pic. Any suggestions?
by Ray Snarski on Jan 10 2013 11:55am Reply

Windows 7, x64?

That is 64 bit Windows7.
by Ray Snarski on Jan 10 2013 11:57am Reply

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