I never believed this can happen when I wrote first version of Eye Dropper back in 2010. I remember that at the time, I recently switched from Firefox to Chrome. I have been working on new web page and wanted to check some color so I can use it in CSS. Realizing I don't have ColorZilla installed yet I headed to extension store and... nothing.
It has been long time since last update but I really don't forgot about you. I finally find time to make some important update, do house cleaning and bug fixing and here we are, brand new and shining version of Eye Dropper is here.
After long time I finally find time to fix some bugs. And new features will come soon!
This release is targeted to cleanup code and fix some long standing bugs.
This new release bring different handling of picking color from webpage which will freeze webpage first and than allow you to pick. This small change is in great enhancement because it fixes many web page picking problems.
There is new extension on Google chrome extensions gallery which is based on my Eye Dropper. Dalton is targeting on color identification and colorblind accessibility. I really like placing reminders on page and identifying color by names.
I'll have small talk about Eye Dropper extension at Google Developer Day 2010 in Prague on November 16th during presentation named Google Chrome Extensions by Paul Kinlan.
New minor version of Eye Dropper was just uploaded to chrome gallery.
New release of Eye Dropper with small fixes and minor design changes was just uploaded to chrome extension gallery.