XYPosition
XYPosition
1.0.1

3.3

XYPosition free download for Mac

XYPosition1.0.1

28 August 2011

Find the onscreen co-ordinates of your mouse cursor (beta).

Overview

XYPosition is a lightweight application for getting positions on the screen. It shows the position of the mouse cursor in the menu bar. You can change the origin to Top left or to bottom right.

To copy coordinates to the clipboard, simple press the hotkey combination cmd+Return. That copies the position to the clipboard with the format e.g. x:993 y:498.

To set the origin to the cursor location, just press cmd+right arrow. If you set the origin, you switch to size modus and pressing the hotkey combination cmd+Return will copy the origin and the size to the clipboard e.g. x:656 y:466 h:30 w:35. You can change the text for the clipboard or change the hotkeys: just click on Preferences to customise XYPosition in every detail.

What's new in XYPosition

Version 1.0.1:
  • Minor Bugfixes.

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

How would you rate XYPosition app?

7 Reviews of XYPosition

alas!
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b

Most helpful

Just wonderin', why would I need my cursor's screen coordinates??? A little enlightenment, please. I guess that I'm just too dense to figure it out...the reason must be quite esoteric.
(0)
Vesperdem
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
Sorry for all the comment entries here. MacUpdate was giving me fits telling me that something was "undefined" when I submitted those comments. I assumed that the comment didn't get posted. Clearly they did. :) And apparently, I can't delete them myself.
(0)
Vesperdem
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
App has root level access!? I don't like applications that don't install correctly. The app should not have permissions set to "system". That is reserved for Apple and the Mac App Store. (OK, MacUpdate seems to have issues of it's own. I told it to post a "troubleshooting" entry at first, but it wound up posting a review. This comment is correct and MU gave me the option to set the kind of comment. ... Weird)
(0)
Vesperdem
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
App has root level access!? I don't like applications that don't install correctly. The app should not have permissions set to "system". That is reserved for Apple and the Mac App Store. (OK, MacUpdate seems to have issues of it's own. I told it to post a "troubleshooting" entry at first, but it wound up posting a review. This comment is correct and MU gave me the option to set the kind of comment. ... Weird)
(0)
Vesperdem
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
App has root level access!? I don't like applications that don't install correctly. The app should not have permissions set to "system". That is reserved for Apple and the Mac App Store. (OK, MacUpdate seems to have issues of it's own. I told it to post a "troubleshooting" entry at first, but it wound up posting a review. This comment is correct and MU gave me the option to set the kind of comment. ... Weird)
(0)
Vesperdem
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
App has root level access!? I don't like applications that don't install correctly. The app should not have permissions set to "system". That is reserved for Apple and the Mac App Store. (OK, MacUpdate seems to have issues of it's own. I told it to post a "troubleshooting" entry at first, but it wound up posting a review. This comment is correct and MU gave me the option to set the kind of comment. ... Weird)
(0)
1
Vesperdem
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
App has root level access!? I don't like applications that don't install correctly. The app should not have permissions set to "system". That is reserved for Apple and the Mac App Store. I will change my Overall Rating when the application's install has been changed to not install the app as "system".
(0)
Show comments (4)
alas!
23 August 2011
Version: 1.0b
Just wonderin', why would I need my cursor's screen coordinates??? A little enlightenment, please. I guess that I'm just too dense to figure it out...the reason must be quite esoteric.
(0)
Show comment (1)