We know it was originally scheduled for last weekend, but some things happened that ended up delaying the release slightly, but never fear, because ColourDock 2.2 is finally here, with some highly requested changes and features!
Right off the bat, ColourDock 2.2 now (finally) supports systems that don't use 100% scaling. This means that on your fancy 4K monitors, or even high-resolution laptops shouldn't run into any troubles when picking a colour. It is important to note that your scaling has to be set in the Settings of ColourDock, but once that is done, then you're off to the races!
Some other new things include the ability to pick a colour from the spectrum instead of only by RGB or HEX code, the newest colour is now automatically selected after grabbing it, there is a new donate button in the Settings panel (totally optional, although would be greatly appreciated), and a few other tweaks here and there to make it run better.
ColourDock 2.2 is now available for download for free through the In-App Updater, or by downloading it here.
On a side note, we are also working on an update to ScreenSnap that will also support scaled displays. Please be aware however that there is no time frame for this update, however we are obviously aiming for as soon as possible.