Every Mac user who dabbles in or lives in the graphic design world has a variety of tools or tools that do something special. Here is one of my favorite favorites all the time; One must have for the Mac designer, developer or graphics pro or wannabe.
It's called xScope, and it's really a Swiss Army Knife of utilities. There are 10 useful tools available from a floating palette, allowing you to place the tools anywhere on the Mac or from the menu bar so that they can be accessed from any Mac.
Loupe – No graphics tool is complete with an enlargement lamp, and xScope provides a good one that copies color and can even simulate how colors look like users with standard color vision.
Frames – I do not use that much but it's a easy way to create and create a holder or marker. boxes that float over a graphic layout or other display components or elements.
Rulers – of course, it's rulers. Where there are guides, there are lines, but these scales rotate and click to the edge of the Mac.
Overlay – New to Floating Palette and Menu Bar is Overlay that allows you to view mockups or display the network over a web browser.
Text – also new is Text that allows you to search fonts on Mac, find, decipher and reform text and character breaks.
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Dimensions – there There are guides and rulers, dimensions and xScope's Dimensions tool are as easy to use as moving
Mirror – this is an additional that lets you see your designs on iOS devices while
Monitors – Finally, a bunch of templates for PCs, Macs, TVs and other mobile devices. Perfect for mockup design. .
This is one of the must-have graphics tools that only get better over time. Worth the extra coin, though.