Desk Marker

Desk Marker

2.5 stars

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draw on your desktop Desk Marker allows to draw on your desktop or application windows, using a pen of different size or color. In addition, the program offers a Visual Control mode, which allows you to highlight application elements (form buttons, interface elements etc.), as well as transparency support. You activate the drawing mode by pressing a keyboard key combination, and moving your mouse at the same time. Releasing the keyboard keys allows you to switch colors, pen size or mode, pressing another hotkey will clear the drawing. To capture the drawing to a screenshot, you can use the Windows PrtScn button and your favorite graphics editor. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Delight Software Gmbh Price Free
Version 2.0 Last updated Oct 26, 2009
File Size 6.52 Mb Requirements None

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Was alright 3 stars by gimpguy Aug 29, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
With the use of a couple of keys you can easily draw and erase. Has basic color and transparency choice. I've used much better but it's free and works. show Review details
This is not a graphics program!! 5 stars by Teresa Jan 10, 2007
It is a program which works on ANYthing which happens to be on your computer desktop (first software screen you see when you turn on your computer). Anything includes any window which may be open -- no matter what the software. Even web page windows! I do computer consulting. So I use it as I would a marker for an overhead projector slide. The nicely formated information is in the window. To illustrate a point I am making in my talk, I make notations, draw arrows, etc. on the area of the slide where I wish to draw the listener's attention. The program works perfectly for me because I do most of my demos, marketing presentations, training, etc. on computer screens. After I've made my point, I just press the F3 function key and all the marks I've added to a screen magically disappear! show Review details
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