Onscreen Measurements

Since ScreenCaliper never upgraded to run on Lion or Mt. Lion, can anyone suggest a good pixel measurement tool?


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I use two -

Art Director’s Toolkit, which is several tools -
http://www.code-line.com/software/artdirectorstoolkit/

Pixus, which I got from Adobe… dunno who’s app it is but it rocks for just
rulers -
http://applevie.ws/2009/09/pixus-is-the-perfect-free-app-for-screen-object-measurements/


Ernie Simpson

On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Robert email@hidden wrote:

Since ScreenCaliper never upgraded to run on Lion or Mt. Lion, can anyone
suggest a good pixel measurement tool?


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I use Xscope http://iconfactory.com/software/xscope which has a very useful suite of tools but it’s pricey.

Todd


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I’ve always used Command-Shift-4, which is the tool for taking screen-grabs of selected areas. Press the key combo, click and drag a rectangle around the thing you want to measure, take the measurements (displayed on the cursor) and press escape to cancel the screen-grab. Only downside is it can be a little hard to read on dark backgrounds.

Joe

On 9 Sep 2013, at 15:08, Robert email@hidden wrote:

Since ScreenCaliper never upgraded to run on Lion or Mt. Lion, can anyone suggest a good pixel measurement tool?


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Thanks to all!


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