Measure any objects or distances on the screen using a customizable ruler, set the orientation, color and unit, adjust the transparency, and draw polygons
|Updated||Dec 22nd 2015|
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|Crack Size||474 KB|
BaoCode Screen Ruler is a lightweight utility that provides you with an on-screen ruler for measuring any objects or distances on your desktop. It's practical for web designers and those working with graphic processing software, for instance.
The app has an approachable set of options and configuration settings that can be easily tackled not only by professionals, but also by casual users.
Setting up this tool is a speedy task that shouldn't give you any trouble, since there are no special options, prerequisite software products, or third-party offers involved.
BaoCode Screen Ruler launches a semi-transparent horizontal ruler on the screen containing ticks for pixels, centimeters, inches or picas, depending on which unit you prefer. It can be moved anywhere on the desktop with the mouse cursor.
It's possible to make the ruler vertical, change its color, make the frame stay on top of other windows, adjust its opacity, resize it by dragging the margins while monitoring the new width and height, view a magnifier window when fine-tuning, or hide this window.
Plus, you can switch to another mode for measuring the distance between multiple points by drawing polygons. Keyboard shortcuts are supported for all these commands.
It remained stable throughout its runtime in our evaluation, without causing the operating system to hang, crash or show error messages. It needed a low amount of CPU and RAM to function normally, so it didn't hamper system performance.
On the other hand, we expected a richer set of options when considering its price. Other hand that, BaoCode Screen Ruler Crack turns out to be a reliable tool for using an on-screen ruler to measure various objects and distances. It's geared toward all user levels.
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