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#1 TheHive

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 08:46 AM

I like it alot

Real small Magnifier

http://www.softwareo...anguage=english

OneLoupe is required to view everything on the screen enlarged.

Simple and easy to use, the small Magnifier is always ready when you need it to view all fine details, even the small print in the I-Net to decipher.

OneLoupe is very practical and user-friendly. And it is virtually no burden on the system, an installation is not required. Once placed on the desktop, it is always ready for use.

Adjustable zoom range, and the zoom factor allow an individual adapt to the needs of individuals. This will of course be saved for the next start of OneLoupe with your favourite settings.

Get color pixel from your desktop screen is also implemented, and not to forget that it offers the possibility for the quick creation of images from the zoom range, for comfortable work over the clipboard.

It is also suitable for people with visual impairments or weak eyes.
The control of the zoom window is done through direct input of the keyboard and mouse motions.

You have no problems to forward to friends, relatives or acquaintances because this small brownie is freeware, and you can make unlimited number of copies of OneLoupe and distribute to anyone you wish.

Portable use is also possible. Create in the same directory the file OneLoupe.ini.
OneLoupe will be so happy and save the settings in INI-File, so you have the functions of OneLoupe on other computers.



#2 rawr

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 09:38 AM

I like it alot

Real small Magnifier

http://www.softwareo...anguage=english


hi ther
looks like uhave been doing some app hunting recently good stuff

hopefully this will save me from laser surgery in years to come
niceone!!
-rawral

#3 Nuno Brito

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 11:56 AM

Good suggestion.

There is also a small trick that I use on those websites whose font size is simply too small to read.

Pressing Ctrl and "+" should increase the font size on most browsers, I have good eyesight but this small tip is something I use often nowadays.. :huh:

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#4 TheHive

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 06:51 PM

:huh: Thats very cool! I didnt know you could do the "Ctrl and "+" should increase the font size".

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 08:29 PM

Also "Ctrl" and "mouse scroll" should increase/decrease the font size with nearly all webbrowwers i guess (opera, ie, maxthon ....) :huh:

#6 TheHive

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Posted 29 September 2008 - 02:12 AM

That works too. Thanks!




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