When I was programming for WM in c# I had occasion to need a colour picker, but never really found one and couldn't be bothered to create it myself (the program was intensive enough by itself not to want to add something like this to it). Now I have transitioned to android I'm sure that I'll need this at one point. so thank you for sharing this! I might never need it (although I'm pretty sure I will use it), but if and when I do, I'll be damn thankful that you put in the effort!
So again, thanks!
I'm having some trouble getting the code...seems I need some kind of version control software, but I wouldn't know which one (Mercurial?). Could you add a source download (.zip or .rar) for me to download so I could use (link/include) it in Eclipse? Or am I really being a noob at this (I have successfully used other libraries in c#, so I'm not a total noob :P).
On further inspection: I can access the sourcecode, but I guess I just don't know code.google.com AT ALL. I can create a server side clone (don't want to do that, I think), and I can go through all the files in the source and copy/paste to local files, but do I really have to do that to integrate this? Could someone tell me (or point to a tutorial) the best way to get all the code local so I cn use it? Or is the best way just to check out the source online (source file by source file) and copy/paste it into my own project as and how I need it?
Sorry for being a noob, but as I mentioned, I come from c# and have zero experience with code.google.com. I know enough to get everything into my Eclipse project through copy/paste, but there must be a better way!
PS: on winxp sp3, eclipse 3.6 (android 2.2, targetting 1.6, but that's beside the point, if I'm at all in the right ballpark :P)