As a UI Designer/Developer, you are always trying to create the best possible interfaces.
With QuickLens, you can ensure that your implementation matches the design.
QuickLens allows you to:
• Zoom into Pixels
• Measure Dimensions
• Sample Colors
• Inspect Alignments
…all through a suite of tools:
• Lens • Ruler • Frame • Guide • Tape • Monocle • Crosshair
Each tool has a clearly defined purpose and does one thing exceedingly well.
When combined with other tools, you can bring out the true power of QuickLens.
– Zoom into pixels
– Sample colors
– Make precise pixel measurements
– Capture snapshots with the pixel grid
– Measure vertical and horizontal distances
– Switch between several units: points, inches, centimeters, millimeters, picas
– Measure width and height of on-screen elements
– Setup grids with row and columns to overlay on your designs
– Includes Golden Grids with spirals
– Save and manage grid presets
– Capture snapshots with the overlay grids
– Inspect alignments with screen-wide guides
– Setup guides on multiple monitors
– Save and load guides
– Measure length between any two points on the screen
– Switch between various units: points, inches, centimeters, millimeters, picas
– Measure angles
– A handy presentation tool
– Zoom into any part of the screen with 5 different zoom levels
– Dim rest of the screen to focus on zoomed in area
– Move between monitors seamlessly
– View screen-wide crosshair
– Use for quick alignment checks
– See the location with the origin at the top (Design mode) or bottom (Developer mode)
– Toggle the distance mode to see real-time distances between screen elements
- Added a plain hex color format (without the # prefix) for Lens
- HTML Export has a nicer looking color sheet
- Snapshots in the Frame tool can be saved without the overlay. Hold the OPTION key while taking snapshots.
- Interact with the underlying app by switching focus away from QuickLens. Just activate the other app and now Monocle will not intercept your mouse events.
- Tool notifications can now be turned off in Preferences
- Bug fixes
OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor