Gcolor3 – GTK + 3 color selector and picker for Linux

Gcolor3 is a color selector and picker written in GTK+3. It’s very similar to Gcolor2, but uses the latest GTK+ version to enhance integration into modern desktops.

Gcolor3 allows you to choose a color from any pixel on the screen. There is also a palette available so you can easily mix and match a few colors.

Once you find the perfect combination of colors, you naturally want to save them. With Gcolor3 you can easily save and retrieve colors.

With the release of version 2.4.0, Gcolor3Color pickerIt includes new maintenance, new icons, many new improvements, and many translation updates.

Gcolor3 – GTK + 3 color selector and picker for Linux

How to get Gcolor on Ubuntu:

The latest Gcolor to date is available as a Flatpak package. You can download the package from the link below.

Flathub Gcolor

Or open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run the following commands one by one to install the package.

sudo apt install flatpak

flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo

flatpak install flathub nl.hjdskes.gcolor3

Gcolor3 – GTK + 3 color selector and picker for Linux

To uninstall the software, run the following command:

flatpak uninstall nl.hjdskes.gcolor3

Do you prefer deb over containerized flat pack packages?

Gcolor3 has been integrated into the Ubuntu 20.10 universe repository.

For Ubuntu 20.04, you can get the 20.10 .deb package from: Lunch pad page..

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