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What is xScope?

xScope is a collection of tools that designers and developers can use to measure and compare on-screen elements.

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How much does xScope cost?

xScope is available for Mac OS X users for $29.99. A five user license is available for $99.99 and a ten user for $179.99.

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What are the system requirements to run xScope?

xScope requires a Mac running OS X 10.7 (Lion) or later.

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Help! I've lost my xScope serial number!

Have no fear! Enter your email address at our Registration Lookup page and it will be mailed to you instantly.

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Can I adjust the ruler in set increments in xScope?

Yes, holding down the Shift key while you rotate or adjust ruler length, effects the ruler in fixed increments.

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Can I adjust the magnification level of the loupe?

Yes, the Loupe can be set to either 200%, 400% or 800% magnification simply by selecting the desired setting.

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Can I "freeze" what the Loupe is displaying?

Yes, you can freeze what is being displayed to see a "snapshot" of the selection by pressing Command-D.

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Can guides and frames be saved for later reference?

Yes, once you have created and positioned a set of frames or guides you can then save them for later reference.

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How do I turn individual tools on and off in xScope?

There are three ways to turn xScope's tools on and off. Via the floating toolbar, the main menu bar or command-keys.

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How can I change the color of guides and frames?

Select the Guides or Frames tab in xScope's preferences panel and then select a new color swatch for the frame/guide.

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How do I report a bug or submit a suggestion?

We encourage you to use our Support page to submit any problems or general requests you may have with xScope.

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