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jordanbaird/ColorWell 0.2.2
A versatile alternative to NSColorWell for Cocoa and ColorPicker for SwiftUI.
⭐️ 19
🕓 38 weeks ago
macOS
.package(url: "https://github.com/jordanbaird/ColorWell.git", from: "0.2.2")

Notice

Due to a number of design problems and increasing repository bloat, this package has been deprecated and replaced, and this repository will be archived. Please use its successor ColorWellKit instead.

ColorWell

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A versatile alternative to NSColorWell for Cocoa and `ColorPisrc="https://raw.github.com/jordanbaird/ColorWell/main/ for SwiftUI.

ColorWell is designed to mimic the appearance and behavior of the new color well design in macOS 13 Ventura, for those who want to use the new design on older operating systems. While the goal is for ColorWell to look and behave in a similar way to Apple's design, it is not an exact clone. There are a number of subtle design differences ranging from the way system colors are handled to the size of the drop shadow. However, in practice, there are very few notable differences:

Install

Add the following dependency to your Package.swift file:

.package(url: "https://github.com/jordanbaird/ColorWell", from: "0.2.2")

Usage

Read the full documentation here

SwiftUI

Create a ColorWellView and add it to your view hierarchy. There are a wide range of initializers, as well as several modifiers to choose from, allowing you to set the color well's color, label, and action.

import SwiftUI
import ColorWell

struct ContentView: View {
    @Binding var fontColor: Color

    var body: some View {
        VStack {
            ColorWellView("Font Color", color: fontColor, action: updateFontColor)
                .colorWellStyle(.expanded)

            MyCustomTextEditor(fontColor: $fontColor)
        }
    }

    private func updateFontColor(_ color: Color) {
        fontColor = color
    }
}

Cocoa

Create a ColorWell using one of the available initializers. Observe color changes using the onColorChange(perform:) method.

import Cocoa
import ColorWell

class ContentViewController: NSViewController {
    let colorWell: ColorWell
    let textEditor: MyCustomNSTextEditor

    init(fontColor: NSColor) {
        self.colorWell = ColorWell(color: fontColor)
        self.textEditor = MyCustomNSTextEditor(fontColor: fontColor)

        super.init(nibName: "ContentView", bundle: Bundle(for: Self.self))

        // Set the style
        colorWell.style = .expanded

        // Add a change handler
        colorWell.onColorChange { newColor in
            self.textEditor.fontColor = newColor
        }
    }

    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()

        view.addSubview(colorWell)
        view.addSubview(textEditor)

        // Layout the views, perform setup work, etc.
    }
}

License

ColorWell is available under the MIT license.

GitHub

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Last commit: 19 weeks ago
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Release Notes

ColorWell 0.2.2
38 weeks ago

This release contains performance improvements, bug fixes, and internal repository reworks.

Full Changelog: https://github.com/jordanbaird/ColorWell/compare/0.2.1...0.2.2

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