Cool Ruler – Handy on-screen ruler for graphic designers

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Cool Ruler is a practical screen ruler born to help measuring in jobs like web page creation and graphics design. It can be placed horizontally or vertically on the screen, allows to adjust length freely, supports for multiple tags & units (including the customizable units). To some extent, it can improve the work efficiency of designers.

Cool Ruler can be used to measure the width/height of window, image, advertising banner and almost any kinds of objects on the screen. In addition to the several built-in most commonly used measurement units: inch, pixel and cm (centimeter), it also supports the custom ones. Indeed, by changing the scale you could even carry out physical measure. Also, it contains a mini calculator which can be open to use any time. So the conclusion is, Cool Ruler is another well-designed screen ruler rare to find.

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