ColorPicker

Derives from Control

The ColorPicker is an editor that allows a user to pick a color from predefind color palettes. By default, there are 140 available colors and 10 predefined standard colors. You can use your own custom color palettes by setting the AvailableColors and StandardColors properties accordingly. You can also get/set the recently used colors by using the RecentColors property.

Display (DisplayColorAndName = true/false)
color_picker_display_modes.jpg

Expanded Standard
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Expanded Advanced
color_picker_advanced.jpg

Properties

Property Description
AvailableColors Gets or sets all colors that are available to the user for selection.
AvailableColorsHeader Gets or sets the header text of the Available Colors section.
AvailableColorSortingMode Gets or sets the way the Available colors are sorted (Alphabetical or by HueSaturationBrightness). By default, Alphabetical.
ButtonStyle Gets or sets the dropdown button style.
ColorMode Gets or sets the current display of the ColorPicker (ColorPalette or ColorCanvas). By default, ColorPalette.
DisplayColorAndName Gets or sets a value indicating if the control should display the color, or the color and color name.
IsOpen Gets or sets the value indicating if the color dropdown is open.
RecentColors Gets or sets all the recently selected colors.
RecentColorsHeader Gets or sets the header text of the Recent Colors section.
SelectedColor Gets or sets the currently selected color.
SelectedColorText Gets the known color name, or the color hexadecimal string of the SelectedColor.
ShowAdvancedButton Gets or sets the visibility of the Advance color mode button.
ShowAvailableColors Gets or sets the visibility of the AvailableColors.
ShowDropDownButton Gets or sets a value indicating whether the dropdown button is shown.
ShowRecentColors Gets or sets the visibility of the RecentColors (false by default).
ShowStandardColors Gets or sets the visibility of the StandardColors.
StandardColors Gets or sets a standard color palette.
StandardColorsHeader Gets or sets the header text of the Standard Colors section.
UsingAlphaChannel Gets a value indicating whether the alpha channel is being used.

Events

Event Description
SelectedColorChanged Raised when the SelectedColor value changes.


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Last edited Jun 9 at 6:36 PM by dlafontaine, version 21

Comments

BoucherS Oct 6 at 2:37 PM 
Hi Yecats,
Please use a discussion tab or issue tab to explain the problem you find.
For the Transparent bug, I can't reproduce it. Setting the ColorPicker to transparent in XAML lets me change the color with the popup of the ColorPicker and I can see the new color inside the colorPicker.

Yecats Oct 5 at 4:29 AM 
Is there a bug when you set the SelectedColor to transparent? If I set it in the XAML or Window Load it lets me pick a new color but never changes the color within the button.

tilonthuduc Jul 28, 2012 at 4:46 AM 
This is the really great free WPF Controls Lib I've ever used. Thanks.

surpavan May 21, 2012 at 6:05 PM 
A truly A Great Control.

sixfeetsix Aug 13, 2011 at 11:12 AM 
Great control. I'm using it, but modified to remove the alpha channel. Just a suggestion: perhaps make the alpha channel optional with some property named something like "ShowAlpha"?

LisaTatum Nov 15, 2010 at 10:59 PM 
hehe *thumbs up*