Developer website: Trilithon Software
Trilithon GuideLines displays horizontal and vertical guide bars on the screen, enabling precision alignment of items in Web pages and other graphics application.
- First and Fourth Quadrants: horizontal guidelines can measure either from the lower-left of the screen (first quadrant) or from the upper-left of the screen (fourth quadrant)
- GuideLines starts with an initial set of four guidelines (two each of horizontal and vertical) that trisect the screen on each axis
- Create New GuideLines by clicking the mouse in the "track" at the edge of the screen.
- The new guide is created and you can move it to where you wish
- Remove A GuideLine by dragging it out of the "track"
- Create GuideLine Grids spaced evenly across the screen, or spaced evenly between the lowest and highest guides on each axis
- Distribute GuideLine Grids by selecting Grid Horizontal or Grid Vertical from the menu and then selecting the number of guides (from two to ten)
- GuideLine Units includes Inches, Picas, Points, Centimetres, Millimetres, Pixels, and Percentage of Length
- GuideLine Scale Factors from 25 percent through 200 percent in increments of 25 percent
- GuideLine Colours can be set to one of twelve different colours
- GuideLine Opacity can be set to one of ten different levels of transparency from 10 percent to 100 percent
- Move GuideLines by dragging with the mouse. The real-time display tells you the current coordinate
- Group GuideLines with ?G (command G) so that they can be moved as a group
- Absolute or Relative Measurements with ?R (command R);
- Absolute measurements displays coordinates relative to the screen;
- Relative measurements displays coordinates relative to the lowest guideline.
- If you move a guideline below the lowest one, the display changes to match
- Show or Hide Coordinate Display with ?S (command S);
- Coordinates display can be turned off; The display turns back on temporarily when you move guides
- Remember Settings across sessions of using GuideLines
- Remember Current GuideLines across sessions of using GuideLines
- Restore Initial Settings
Mac OS X 10.1 or later