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CMYK Color picker that constantly samples


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Hello !

I'm looking for a color picker / eyedropper (for desktop) for continually displaying the CMYK values of a particular place on the screen. (without needing to click every time to get a read)

The goal - I would like to use this as an aid for mixing acrylic paint to get a desired color.
I video-shoot the paint as I mix and add the CMYK primes to it, and on the video image I want to have the color picker constantly updating with the color values, so I have feedback on the color as it changes.

I managed to do that with the os color picker, but that requires to click on the magnifying glass and the picture every time I want a readout...

Anyone has an idea ?

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Will do. Thanks.
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Did find something that does just that, unfortunately for windows only, if anyone is interested.
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