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Events

The RadColorPicker control raises a single server-side event, ColorChanged that fires when the user changes the SelectedColor with the mouse or mouse wheel. Set the AutoPostBack property True to raise the event right after the color is changed on the client. Retrieve the SelectedColor property within the ColorChanged event handler:

protected void RadColorPicker1_ColorChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    string colorName = System.Drawing.ColorTranslator.ToHtml(RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor);
    Label1.Text = string.Format("Color: {0}  Hue: {1}  Saturation: {2}  Brightness {3}",
        colorName,
        RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor.GetHue(),
        RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor.GetSaturation(),
        RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor.GetBrightness());
} 
Protected Sub RadColorPicker1_ColorChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs)
    Dim colorName As String = System.Drawing.ColorTranslator.ToHtml(RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor)
    Label1.Text = String.Format("Color: {0} Hue: {1} Saturation: {2} Brightness {3}", colorName, RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor.GetHue(), RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor.GetSaturation(), RadColorPicker1.SelectedColor.GetBrightness())
End Sub

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