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Gnome Screen Ruler is a customizable screen ruler for Gnome. Gnome Screen Ruler is an on-screen ruler for measuring horizontal an
Gnome Screen Ruler is a customizable screen ruler for Gnome.
Gnome Screen Ruler is an on-screen ruler for measuring horizontal and vertical distances in any application. Rulers can be moved and resized using the keyboard.
Here are some key features of "Gnome Screen Ruler":
Horizontal and vertical display
Multiple units: pixels, inches, centimeters, picas, points, percentage
Configurable colors and font
Can be set always-on-top of your application windows
Can be moved and resized with mouse or keyboard
Measurement lines track mouse cursor to help measure anything on screen
It's Free Software released under the GPL
What's New in This Release:
In addition to Pixels, the ruler now supports Centimeters, Inches, Picas, Points, and Percentage metrics.
The user interface has been refined.
CPU usage has been reduced a lot.
Packaging problems have been fixed.
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