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by Glenn Franxman, Django Developer / Stunt Programmer.

Up all night

posted: 2006-05-18 03:09:22 perma-link, RSS comments feed

What's there to do at 3 am? How about writing a javascript eyedropper/css manipulator?

It seemed like a good idea at the time...

This does a couple of interesting things.

First, almost all of the dynamic css and dhtml that I see on the net involve manipulating the styles of objects on the page. This doesn't. It modifies the stylesheet itself.

Second, it's an ajax implementation so it's got that cool web 2.0 vibe. Once I find the business model for peer to peer collaborative eyedropping, I will use this to take on the growing cut-n-paste social network sites ( look out ! ).

Third -- it's a freakin javascript eyedropper.

Sadly, I doubt it works in any browser but Firefox. Not that it couldn't. I'm just that lazy.


1#1 commented, on February 18, 2009 at 1:46 a.m.:

linky no worky no more...


Ashish commented, on August 23, 2012 at 1:06 a.m.:

hi very interesting , i did all that you tell in your ttiuroal but the problem is i have a palette with 495 colors and maya doesn,t import the total amount of colors only some i think 250 swachtes more or less then my question is:is there any possibility to import a color palette with the extension .aco without problems with 500 colors or more to maya?greetings in advance and thanks a lotnatai

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