color picker and color palette (opens in a side-view and adapts to the window-width and your vscode color theme)
works in all languages
supports CSS-Colors, HEX, RGBa and HSLa
AUTO-COMPLETE: insert color-values by meaningful names from vscode's intellisense-widget
no need to select color values (just place the cursor within a color value)
sort and convert options
comes with factory palettes (around 5000 colors)
My main goal was to insert colors by meaningful names. I dont wanna know how many hours i've lost by copying and pasting color values in the past ...
The model of the color picker is different to the one in vscode. It's a recreation from one of the color pickers in Affinity Designer (a nice graphic app i'm using for mockups).
No Node-Modules! The main extension is plain Vanilla JS and has only a few KiloBytes ... it's installed in a few seconds - so check it out!
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add color palettes to autocoplete:
since v0.4.5 there is a auto-complete feature that lets you insert palette-colors from the intellisense-widget:
customizable UI colors:
- open color palette
- open color picker
- edit in color manager (place the cursor on a color value in your document ... doesnt have to be selected)
- find colors in selection
- intellisense add palette
- intellisense remove palette
- restore factory palettes
- color manager help
- color manager changelog
Usage / Help:
Run the command "color manager help" to see the manual!