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  • Dear Developer,

    Being myself a developer, I would be more than interested if you would integrate a color eyedropper in the Element inspector (like the Firefox browser does). This is very useful when I am looking for the color code of a special shade.
    Why not install a color picker extension you will tell me? Well, sometimes it is difficult to achieve certain color with one of the extensions offered. I will give you as an example a situation that happened to me recently. I opened one of my PDFs and a special color was present in it,
    the extension does not work on all pages (like my PDF viewer), unfortunately I had to used the Firefox color picker.

    Opera having a more interesting look and features than other browsers, I don't intend to leave but still have to make some concessions

    Best regards

  • @dylan7581 There is (was?) a Chromium flag related to it, not sure if it works in Opera.

  • @leocg Thank you for your reply. I did find an associated flag in opera://flags/#color-picker-eye-dropper, but it doesn't seem to work. Also, I saw that it was possible to have a color picker when I click on a color (if none is present, I create a rule) in the Style tab of the Element inspector .
    It's not as "User friendly" as having it directly in the Element Inspector, but it gets the job done.