A free onscreen pixel ruler and reading guide. Providing you your choice of a woodgrain, stainless steel, see-through plastic or yellow construction ruler and reading guide-plus you can create your own skins too. Its fun to learn and easy to use.
Screen Ruler 2D is an on-screen pixel ruler which measures in 2 dimensions (horizontal and vertical). It includes a color picker and a window information panel, a magnifier and positioning aids to position the ruler pixel accurately simply and fast.
PicPick is user friendly and full of features for creating your image, an all-in-one program that provides full-featured screen capture tool, intuitive image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair and even whiteboard.
Pixus is a useful application that will enable web and interface designers to easily measure the size of on-screen objects and the distance between them. Measure the screen objects in pixels using both mouse and keyboard control.
A Virtual ruler - very useful with spreadsheets, graphic utilities and programming tools. Offers adjustable size, colorand transparency, 90 degrees rotation, scale in chosen units, and several behaviors in interaction with mouse andscreen.
This program is a semi-transparent on-screen ruler to help you lay out GUIs and Web pages or measure anything on your screen in 5 units. Intuitive keyboard shortcuts allow you to precisely position the ruler anywhere on the screen.
The JR Screen Ruler is a great tool that allows you to accurately measure anything on your screen. This is especially useful when measuring graphics, web page browser sizes or whatever. Screen Ruler can display Pixels, Inches, Picas, Centimeters.
Pixel Studio Pro is a powerful and reliable application for adding, editing and exporting images.The application provides users with multiple effects: chalk, broken painting, lens flare, super nova and many more.
Virtual Ruler will allow the user to make a straight line using the mouse. Also the user can use Virtual Ruler advanced feature which allow him to make "way points" and letting Virtual Ruler to execute them all by himself.
Draw with dividers, ruler, protractor, pencil and rubber on the screen as you would do it on a sheet of paper. You see a real ruler on the screen which you can move and rotate. You can then draw along the ruler.