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Thread: Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

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    geoffcampos1 NNTP User

    Default Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

    I want to install gcolor2 but seem to get battered with dependency hell (GTK+ needed). Is there a colour picker I can install without having to bleed too much?

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    Default Re: Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

    kcolorchooser for kde3/4

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    geoffcampos1 NNTP User

    Default Re: Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

    I use Gnome - I don't want to have to install KDE to get a color picker - anything else?

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    Default Re: Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

    you don't have to install the whole kde just to get the picker. Only basic kde libs and such which should be automatically installed when you install kcolorchooser. As for other pickers, no idea...

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    Default Re: Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

    Quote Originally Posted by geoffcampos1
    I want to install gcolor2 but seem to get battered with dependency hell
    (GTK+ needed). Is there a colour picker I can install without having to
    bleed too much?

    Hi
    What about gnome-color-chooser? It's in the Gnome Community repository.

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    geoffcampos1 NNTP User

    Default Re: Is there a colour picker for 11.1?

    I've settled for kcolorchooser - thanks. I had to install a truck-load of KDE stuff which I'll suffer for through increased update sizes but it works perfectly and seems to be very lightweight.

    gnome-color-chooser is a different product - it enables granular configuration of all gnomes theme colours - which is pretty nifty.

    Cheers, all.

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