Friday, November 16, 2012

CoordiPoint 1.0


CoordiPoint is a unique small utility (613kb) that runs minimized in the system tray (notification area).
It adds the ability to enable or disable (using a hotkey) two crossing coordinates lines that follows you mouse cursor.
This feature can be useful to position the mouse in the exact point you need, it is very handy when using graphical utilities in which you need to align different objects.
You can set the lines color and the lines thickness.

Using CoordiPoint is very simple, after the first installation Coordipoint is a portable application, and you can copy the executable file (MR.exe) and run it from a removable drive or on any other Windows based computer without the need to install it again.
Freeware by LeeLu Soft 2012
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Martin Lemburg said...

First I thought … wonderful … but then after installing my "wonderful" changed to %-(!


I have two monitors and the drawn cursor is not at the mouse, but on the second monitor!

To be honest … my thoughts changed to … why the author published such a half baken app?

Zvika said...

This tool doesn't support multiple monitors (maybe in the next version).
My tools are free, if you don't like them you don't have to use them.
Millions of users think different

Anonymous said...

Please can afford to lock and unlock the coordinates to allow the use of a mouse? Thank you. As an example, I suggest you see the Italian software: rbGUID

Zvika said...

I'm not sure I understand your request...
You can use the hot-key to enable or disable the lines.