Color Picker ActiveX Control History

Version history for Color Picker ActiveX Control shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Aug 16, 2006) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 1.5
Size: 1417 KB
OS: Win 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista
Description:   Color Picker ActiveX Control is an ActiveX component that includes one dialog. It provides facilities to select from most popular three color models like RGB (Red / Green / Blue), HSB (Hue / Saturation / Brightness) and CMYK (Cyan / Magenta / Yellow / Black).

v 1.0 updated on Aug 16, 2006

Unknown changes

Go back to the Color Picker ActiveX Control review

More Downloads

  • Absolute Color Picker ActiveX Control

    Absolute Color Picker ActiveX Control is a component with two dialogs (color selection and gradient filling) with support of 32-byte colors with half-transparency and Alpha-channel that helps you professionally create amazing projects in few seconds.

  • Absolute Color Picker

    Absolute Color Picker is a freeware enhanced color selection dialog with RGB and HSB color models. Unique color selection dialog models provide versatile color schemes for selecting necessary color hue, brightness and transparency values.

  • ColorPic

    ColorPic is the Free Professional Color Picker. Powerful color adjustment tools let you change individual colors with ease. Adjust RGB, HSV and CMYK with four graphical mixers, use the screen magnifier for perfect accuracy and save multiple palettes.

  • RainbowGround

    Utility for wallpaper images creation. It produces periodic, tileable images based on user-given or randomly generated color factors values. It can save resulting images as Web background (*.jpg) or as Windows background (*.bmp).

  • btp_reakts

    Test and train your visual reaction (reflex) of 3 types: finding, distinction, selective. On seeing a square, click the key, depending on a choosen mode and a color of the square. Different time results are shown and stored.