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Ruler Favelet

ruler_favelet.gifFrom Somebody Dial 911 comes a ruler favelet that measures distances in your browser - something that can come in handy when you're doing some work. It works fine here in Safari (mind the note not to drag the link - ctrl-click and copy it instead).

It shows the mouse's current position in the browser window, and allows you to measure distances via a draggable marquee.

Definitely an interesting little doo-hickey. I'll have to investigate to find a way to turn it off though, once enabled. It's a pain in the ass to have to close the browser window just to get rid of it.

One Response to "Ruler Favelet"

  1. Yes I think centricle did a great job with this, and btw you can de-activate it by refreshing.

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