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Author: Kevin Freitas | Website | Download
Description: Creates an overlay ruler on the current web page showing pixel width and height for the box drawn.
This extension that has been available on Firefox for years has been ported by the author to Safari (and Chrome).
After installing, it wouldn't work unless I opened a new tab or reloaded a webpage. Restarting Safari on my system was not required.
To clear the ruler, click the toolbar button a second time.
This extension doesn't work for me on all websites, e.g., Gmail.
There are some additional features this extension could benefit from, like ratio of W:H, dividers to break the image into thirds (via the Rule of Thirds and the Golden Ratio in photography), diagonal measurement, and single click to show the dimensions of a design element (div or image).
Posted by KompKamp 9 months, 3 weeks ago
It does not work for offline web :(((((
Posted by sandrajuhash 6 days, 19 hours ago
How can it work for offline web? I never saw such a feature. Nevertheless, seems like Firefox at the moment has the richest set of addones and this is why I mostly use this browser. Google products are well-protected especially Gmail and I believe for this reason ruler doesn't work there, but I like this tool and used to inspect http://thetermpapers.net design elements.
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