I actually like not having the # come with the color code. Often times I’m replacing an existing style color and when double-clicking, the editor will highlight the hex value, but not the hash in front of it.
But I suppose it’s a matter of personal preference. Which begs the question: Why not have an option to include it or not?
The help wizard on the other hand is terrible and needs to understand that the most helpful it can possibly be is to get out of my way.
...Often times I’m replacing an existing style color and when double-clicking, the editor will highlight the hex value, but not the hash in front of it….
+1 I like it the way it is now
What bothers me for example is the insane performance drop when you drag a lot of layers while having the side windows and palettes open. You have to press TAB first to hide them, then and only then it’s smooth like butter. Didn’t really find any other workaround yet.
Yes, I am too. I always copy-paste color codes including the # => always the last digit lost.
Don’t know if I’m doing something wrong, but I just HATE that if you apply several Transform>Wrap or >Distort on top of each other for the same object it somehow manages to ‘forget’ previous transform I did – it only applies the new one. Have to remember to click save or esc. after each for them all to display. Really slows down the process.
Perhaps that’s a bug or smth?
Guys guys guys, in Photoshop, go to “Keyboard Shortcuts & Menus”
Then select “Panel menus”
Drill down to “Color”
Look for the “Copy Color as HTML” shortcut
Choose your shortcut ( mine is ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+= ) and when you sample a color hit ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+= and Photoshop copies the color like this
Wait for it…....
And you can paste directly in css