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Add eyedropper tool to toolbar

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the built in eyedropper tool is the simplest and easiest solution to grabbing screen colors without granting file permission to 3rd party solutions for full funcionality. I have power-toys but I hate to see this tool needlessly depreciated. My workflow needs to sample many colors at a time making the menu navigation needless. PLEASE let there be a way to add it to the toolbar, I hope there is. Thanks for your time

the built in eyedropper tool is the simplest and easiest solution to grabbing screen colors without granting file permission to 3rd party solutions for full funcionality. I have power-toys but I hate to see this tool needlessly depreciated. My workflow needs to sample many colors at a time making the menu navigation needless. PLEASE let there be a way to add it to the toolbar, I hope there is. Thanks for your time
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  • Add the "Developer" button to the toolbar which gives two-click access.
  • Press Ctrl+Shift+I to open the devtools Inspector and click the eyedropper icon.
  • Press this sequence of keys: Alt T B Y
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Wow, this is a cool tool. I've never noticed it before.

If you are keyboard shortcut person, Alt+T b y also will call it up.

But I don't see a toolbar button for it on the Customize tab. (Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars)

Mozilla has a product suggestion site at https://connect.mozilla.org/. I think if you have time, it would be a good idea to post this request there to get into the current feedback stream. Use the "Ideas" section of the site.

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  • 939040 - Add eyedropper tool and include in the inspector colorpicker tooltip

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Vald lösning

  • Add the "Developer" button to the toolbar which gives two-click access.
  • Press Ctrl+Shift+I to open the devtools Inspector and click the eyedropper icon.
  • Press this sequence of keys: Alt T B Y

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zeroknight said

* Add the "Developer" button to the toolbar which gives two-click access.
  • Press Ctrl+Shift+I to open the devtools Inspector and click the eyedropper icon.
  • Press this sequence of keys: Alt T B Y

Thank you, that solution is SO FUNNY and solved my problem. I will make a recommendation to Firefox to make this tool more accessible aside aside from this shortcut

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bromraven said

the built in eyedropper tool is the simplest and easiest solution to grabbing screen colors without granting file permission to 3rd party solutions for full funcionality. I have power-toys but I hate to see this tool needlessly depreciated. My workflow needs to sample many colors at a time making the menu navigation needless. PLEASE let there be a way to add it to the toolbar, I hope there is. Thanks for your time

Vote for this solution!!! https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/ideas/eyedropper-make-it-easier-to-access-the-tool/idi-p/25431

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