Xscope is a simple application I use on a daily basis. The screens feature lets you choose the screen size and browsers you are targeting to get the right width and page cutoff. It is only for Mac OS 10.3+ and costs $17 but it is well worth it.
– Rulers – On-screen rulers that measure distances and angles
– Screens – A dynamic view of smaller screen sizes and web browser content areas
– Loupe – A magnifying glass that gives you a close-up view of your work
– Guides – Markers for precise horizontal and vertical alignment
– Frames – Markers for precise width, height & origin alignment
– Crosshair – Finds the exact location on screen
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