PixelStick v2.15.0 macOS
PixelStick is a tool for measuring distances, angles and colors on the screen. PhotoShop has distance, angle and color tools but they only work in PhotoShop. PixelStick works in any app and anywhere on screen anytime and costs a hundred times less.
PixelStick is a professional measuring tool used by:
- Designers for graphic, architecture, interior, space, marine, and aeronautical.
- Software Developers for graphics, layout and user interface.
- Navigation/Cartographers for maps or all kinds.
- Medical Technicians for Xrays, ECG, EKG, and microscopy.
- Biologists for microscopy and morphology.
- CSI Technicians for crime scene investigations.
- Manufacturing for design and fabrication.
- Physicists and Astronomers for all kinds of measurements.
- Engineering for mechanical, electrical and civil engineering.
- Builders for measuring existing buildings or blueprints.
- Education for students, teachers and researchers.
- Meterology for weather mapping and science.
- …anyone who needs to measure objects on the Mac.
Anyone can use PixelStick because its easy to use, simple and fast.
Modern measuring for:
- Retina, regular displays and multiple monitors.
- Mac OS 10.6 10.8 +
- Any app and between apps.
PixelStick is a measuring tool you can pinch and stretch to measure anything on your screen.
Use the loupe to magnify anything on screen.
Use the eyedropper to copy colors that are anywhere on your monitor in 4 formats (CSS, RGB, RGB hex, HTML) to the clipboard for use in any app.
Its like an onscreen virtual ruler that you can use vertically, horizontally and at any angle to measure distances, angles and much more just by dragging. Using the palette one can lock distances and angles (also by using the shift key).
Supports scaling for Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, Photoshop and Customized scaling options.
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later
Web Site: https://plumamazing.com/product/pixelstick/
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/pixelstick/id415158530?mt=12
What’s New in PixelStick 2.15.0
– fix for 0’s displaying for location of circle and square in pixelstick panel for some people. this occurred if in the system preferences:mission control the item “Displays have separate Spaces” was unchecked. this was, as you can imagine, difficult to discover. we apologize for the delay. this version solves that. the sys pref can now be set either way. you don’t need to change any settings.
a major upgrade is still on the way.