ColourMod originally made its debut as a web-based DHTML Dynamic Colour Picker. Since the inception of OS X from Apple, ColourMod has been ported to the Dashboard interface and is fully functional in OS X Tiger and Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.
Sick of having to open up Photoshop, or another graphics program just so you can get a color value? Tired of not having a quick and easy way of converting Hex values to RGB, CMYK or HSV? ColourMod for OS X's Dashboard interface brings ease and simplicity to colour picking on the Mac and solves those problems.
ColourMod allows the user to input a starting value and get an automatic conversion. Whether you start with RGB, CMYK, HSV or a Hex value you will get its equivalent in RGB, CMYK, HSV and Hex.
ColourMod also allows for the user to select their own colours and get the colour's cooresponding Hex, HSV, CMYK and RGB values. There are currently two methods of colour selection: Default Colour selection and Colour Wheel selection.
The Default Colour selection is a standard Hue based colour selection. The Colour Wheel selection is based on the color wheel and functions exactly like OS X's built in Colour Wheel picker.
To make things easy for web developers, and anyone else who deals with Hex values, there is a "Copy Hex To Clipboard" button. This makes the whole colour picking process quick and simple.
On top of all these great features ColourMod for Dashboard is FREE! So what are you waiting for? Get colouring!