Agree about the eyedropper. If we get one in Grasshopper, why can’t we get one in Rhino.
Also the custom color options, but give us more than a few options for custom colors, please. At least 16, maybe 20.
And set the default for those 16 to 20 colors to a set of maximally contrasting colors, like the ones shown here: https://sashat.me/2017/01/11/list-of-20-simple-distinct-colors/
I currently use a variant on that list in the 16 custom color slots available in the Colorpicker plugin.
It’s a good-enough workaround, but it really should be native. Make it a component in grasshopper too. Right now the way I pick colors in grasshopper is to open my colorpicker in rhino and use the eyedropper in grasshopper to click on my custom color slots. It works, but it’s silly.
The maximally contrasting color set is very useful for me for CNC programming (makes it as easy as possible to quickly differentiate between different cutting operations). I imagine it’d be useful for all sorts of other applications.
And while we’re talking colors, please give us more options for things we can change the color of in the appearance menu. For example: Command line background. Mouseover colors for the Gumball handles and other things.