Can't believe I didn't realise that this exists, for the longest time I have been screen grabbing and then opening up Pixelmator just to get the HTML color of a part of the web page.
Just click on the CSS property that contains the color, then in the page select the pixels you want as the color.
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TIL: Pick color with an eye dropper straight from Dev Tools Saves screen grabbing and then using from pixelmator pic.twitter.com/aUsW1jQE1r— Paul Kinlan (@Paul_Kinlan) February 18, 2015
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