SmallScreenX
SmallScreenX
2.3

5.0

SmallScreenX free download for Mac

SmallScreenX2.3

13 August 2007

Simulate screens of lower resolutions.

Overview

SmallScreenX is a Cocoa version of the old \"Small Screen\" utility for the old Mac OS (written by Daniel Schaerer many years ago), SmallScreenX is an indispensable tool for simulating screens of lower resolutions. It is particularly handy for Web design, to ensure websites are usable for users with small screens.

What's new in SmallScreenX

Version 2.3:
  • Universal Binary.

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6 Reviews of SmallScreenX

4.75
cristiana
21 January 2003
Version: 2.1

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I just downloaded this, thinking I was going to download yet another bad app, but i was sorely mistaken. This is the best screen size testing utility I have ever used. This should be in every web developer's dock.
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Richard-Taytor
29 March 2009
Version: 2.3
SmallScreenX appears to be gone. The author's website is up but I see no indication of the software.
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waryuser
13 August 2007
Version: 2.3
Not Universal. It's Intel only =(
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ivanovitch
13 August 2007
Version: 2.3
Still great, still free! The new dimming feature makes it even more useful: not just for web designers, but for people who want to highlight certain parts of their screen. Rock solid, easy to use, though the ability to drag by all edges would be an added bonus - it takes some experimentation to discover that you can only drag by one section of the 'window frame. An old favourite updated.
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4.75
jan-sam-mast
28 May 2003
Version: 2.2
Great. No more. Just great. A must for webdesigners.
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5
Dojob
22 January 2003
Version: 2.1
just the best of its kind, flexible good design and... free :-)
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4.75
cristiana
21 January 2003
Version: 2.1
I just downloaded this, thinking I was going to download yet another bad app, but i was sorely mistaken. This is the best screen size testing utility I have ever used. This should be in every web developer's dock.
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