Difference between revisions of "KRuler"

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* <menuchoice>Rotate</menuchoice> and change the <menuchoice>Scale</menuchoice> of the ruler
 
* <menuchoice>Rotate</menuchoice> and change the <menuchoice>Scale</menuchoice> of the ruler
 
* Adjust the <menuchoice>Opacity</menuchoice>
 
* Adjust the <menuchoice>Opacity</menuchoice>
* Configure the <menuchoice>color</menuchoice> and <menuchoice>font</menuchoice> of the ruler. You can also decide, if the ruler should be <menuchoice>Always on Top</menuchoice>
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* Bring up the configuration dialog by selecting <menuchoice>Configure KDE Screen Ruler...</menuchoice>  
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In the configuration dialog you can configure the color and font of the ruler. In the <menuchoice>Advanced</menuchoice> group you can also decide, if the ruler should be <menuchoice>Always on Top</menuchoice>.
  
  

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  KRuler tells you precisely where your objects are in relation to each other

KRuler displays on screen a ruler measuring pixels. Position the 0 to your starting point (simple drag it), and read off the precise pixel count to your cursor. To change the length of the ruler just drag the sides.

The context menu allows you to

  • Rotate and change the Scale of the ruler
  • Adjust the Opacity
  • Bring up the configuration dialog by selecting Configure KDE Screen Ruler...

In the configuration dialog you can configure the color and font of the ruler. In the Advanced group you can also decide, if the ruler should be Always on Top.


For more information you can read the manual.


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