It’s not always easy to pick a good color that will show well on displays with limited color depths.
If anyone knows if this exists – or have some time on their hands, it would be good to have a simple application that could render the System.UITypes TColors constants for lines/text/brushes on different color depths (8 bit, 16-bit, 32-bit). Showing the name of the color (or atleast the hex value) would be good and being able to copy it to the clipboard as a string would be great.
11 thoughts on “It’s not always easy to pick a good color that will show well on displays with limited color depths.”
Choose professionally designed colors here (https://coolors.co/browser/best/1), and pick the selected colors in the format recognizable by Delphi with (http://colorcop.net/)
coolors.co – Coolors
I have used this in the past: paletton.com – Paletton – The Color Scheme Designer
John Kouraklis That was a really nice one!
None of them shows what happen if the color is used on low color resolution systems, though.
Lars Fosdal the only way is to visually check on a system having low color depth.
de.pinterest.com – The Psychology of Colour
Jeroen Wiert Pluimers Can’t you define the color depth of a bitmap?
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