Pall Color Picker is a free open source desktop color picker application for Windows, MacOS, and Linux. It allows you to choose a color from anywhere on your desktop. Released under the MIT license. Simple and easy-to-use color picker software. This article describes how to install and use Pall Color Picker on your Linux system.
Install Pole Color Picker on Ubuntu
Pall Color Picker is available from the portable AppImage, deb and snap packages for Ubuntu.
Install the pole color picker via snap.
Open the Terminal app and run this pole color picker snap install command. The latest version of PallColorPicker will be installed on Ubuntu.
sudo snap install pall
Enter the Ubuntu user path. You can open the pole with the following command.
Usage is simple. Point your mouse over any color and press Ctrl + Shift + C to select a color. Then press ctrl + shift + z to copy the last selected color.
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Install the pole color picker via AppImage.
Download Pall in AppImage file format from the download link above and save it in your download folder. Open a terminal and run these commands.
sudo chmod +x ~ pall-2.0.2-x86_64.AppImage
Here, “pall-2.0.2-x86_64.AppImage” is the downloaded file name. You can change the command based on the file name.
Install the pole color picker via deb.
Download Paul in deb native file format and save it in your download folder.
sudo dpkg -i pall_2.0.2_amd64.deb
sudo apt install -f