What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing ObjColors for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software ObjColors






TOKYO (MacHouse) – I’ve been quite slow this month. I’m unlikely to be able to release 5 or 6 applications per month like I used to. Well, I’ve been working on the second one of the month. It’s been submitted to Mac App Store. This new software release is called ObjColors.

ObjColors is a desktop application that lets you save color objects as RGB values. Saving color objects, you can access them from application’s status menu to generate Objective-C or Swift code for Mac OS X and iOS. The default RGB color method is colorWithRed:green:blue:alpha:. If you intend to generate code for OS X, you can set your default color method to colorWithCalibratedRed:green:blue:alpha:, colorWithDeviceRed:green:blue:alpha: or colorWithSRGBRed:green:blue:alpha:.  





Mac software ObjColors   Mac software ObjColors





Available at Mac App Store
Mac App Store






Features

  1. Easily pick a color from a list of 216 colors with 4 different arrangements.
  2. Use Color Picker to select a particular color.
  3. Drag and drop an image file onto a drop box to extract a pixel color at specific coordinates.
  4. Manually enter RGB values to specify a color. Likewise, enter an HTML color value, enter HSB values to specify a color.
  5. Generate a line of Objective-C or Swift code for the selected color command on the status menu.
  6. Control-click on a color command on the status menu to delete that color.
  7. The application supports the retina screen. (tested with 2014 2.6 GHz 13″ MacBook Pro)
  8. The application does NOT support the fullscreen mode. The application window is not resizable, either.
  9. Languages: English and Japanese only
  10. Application file size: 10.1 MB.
  11. The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.) If the application window is not around, choose Show Application Window from the status menu before choosing User’s Guide under Help.
  12. The application comes with a 9-page introduction window, giving the user a quick tour over how it works.






System requirements

  1. 10.8 (tested with 10.8.4), 10.9 (tested with 10.9.5), 10.10 (tested with 10.10.0)
  2. 64-bit system






Limitations

  1. When you use Drop pick, an image must have dimensions of at least 8 pixels x 8 pixels.






Version history

1.0.3 (Released on January 19, 2015)

  1. Typos are fixed for the Japanese localization.


1.0.2 (Released on January 19, 2015)

  1. The Japanese localization is added.
  2. The development target is changed from OS X 10.7 to OS X 10.8.
  3. Several other minor changes are made.






User’s guide

Application user’s guide is available (only in English). Click here to access it online.






Trial/Demo version

Click here to download a trial version. This trial version will remain fully functional for 7 days, starting from the very moment you first launch it.






Video tutorial

There is no video tutorial at this time.






ObjColors is a product of MacHouse.
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