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'Point and show' pixel color values of an image.

Posted on 2009-04-12
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Hi,
  ** I am looking for a (preferably free) image viewer, in which I can open an image and have this facility:
zoom into the image and when I am able to see individual pixels, view the color values of the pixel, on pointing the mouse.
  ** I have IrfanView and Gimp on my windows, but they dont seem to have such an option. I think ImageMagick has it but I cant zoom the whole image. (the zoomed window is separate and accomodates a small portion of the image).
  ** I tried some softwares that show you pixel colors on the desktop, but dont work when pointer is inside an image viewers window.

Thanks & Regards,
Janak
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Sorry that's no good for you, ignore response
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GetColor does the job!

Although, I would appreciate if someone can recommend an image viewer with this capability integrated, so I dont have to "drag" additional pointer.
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I think Gimp should have a plugin for this. Anyone has any ideas?
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Just found,  gimp has the facility.
Windows--->Dockable Dialogs ---> Pointer

Thanks for the quick responses!
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