SubPixel Display lets developers see the color information (red, green, blue) of subpixels used to display a pixel's color. There is a control panel where options are chosen and two display windows. One display window shows the area around the mouse with a magnification of x18. The other display window shows the same area using subpixels. The green and blue subpixels can be reordered. Black and white thresholds can be set to remove "clutter" from black and white backgrounds. The SubPixel Display can be locked/unlocked using key combinations. Because SubPixel Display is CPU intensive, displays are updated only when the mouse moves. SubPixel Display is $10 shareware. The application may be used in demo mode for ten launches before registration.
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