To apply a Reading Ruler to the page, toggle on the 'Reading Ruler' button. A black reading ruler will be applied to the screen. Use your mouse to move the reading bar up and down the screen as required. You can change the colour of the reading bar by clicking on your desired colour.
You can also choose a custom colour by clicking on the Custom box. To increase or decrease the opacity of the reading ruler, use the Opacity' + and - buttons. To increase or decrease the size of the reading ruler, use the 'Size' + and - buttons. To turn off reading ruler, and reset to default, toggle off the 'Reading Ruler' button.
How To Apply A Pinhole Ruler
To apply a Pinhole Ruler to the page, toggle on the 'Pinhole' button. The screen will be darkened, and a coloured pinhole reader will appear. Use your mouse to move the overlay bar up and down the screen as required.
You can also choose a custom colour by clicking on the Custom box. To increase or decrease the opacity of the pinhole ruler, use the 'Opacity' + and - buttons. To increase or decrease the size of the pinhole ruler, use the 'Size' + and - buttons.
To turn off pinhole ruler, and reset to default, toggle off the 'Pinhole' button. You can change the colour of the pinhole ruler by clicking on your desired colour.
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