Great add, thanks billon.
Just this week I was looking for a quick way to view files as grayscale to help more easily communicate that people using light-colored fonts is just going to make them illegible if it ever gets printed out. Just as developers often forget not everyone has a monitor the size of a billboard, designers forget that some people still print things out or look at them on a grayscale e-reader. The best way I found was with either ShareX's "Add Image Effects" but you can also easily do this in LibreOffice Draw's View - Color/Grayscale function. Despite this, Viewlens
' hovering window is easily the best way to clearly demonstrate that. Unfortunately the grayscale option wasn't available on my system:
is very similar to Viewlens, but with a border. I plan to use it to help create emphasis and get people to focus on one section of an interface. You can do this a lot of ways, including reducing the area you don't care about by slight blurring/grayscale etc. but I like zooming out one section and zooming in another, similar to the image below:
This image was generated using using ShareX
via pasting an element of the existing screencap, expanded it, and then reduced the overall size. Then of course you draw a red box and an arrow to connect the different parts. However, I can never get it to scale quite right, which is where Pixelscope comes in.
* For Viewlens - the ability to disable the zoom function. With the "inside" view option, I kept trying to scroll up on something and the window would zoom in.
* Grayscale option
: https://www.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-E ... oupe.shtml
and https://www.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-E ... lens.shtml
: Snapdraw Free