This site offers several freeware programs for download.
They are listed on the left.
Please have a look at the commercial software programs
and Golden Ratio
The first one is a mouse pointer action visualization tool.
The second one is a screen measurement and stencil tool specialized on proportions.
These programs are (C) copyright by Markus Welz.
The software has been tested on Win95, Win98, Win2000, WinXP and Win7-64Bit.
But theoretically it should also run on the other Windows versions.
These programs (except for KwikLaunch and WindowSensor) require the Microsoft Visual Basic
6 runtime library msvbvm60.dll
to be installed in the system folder
(most likely "C:\windows\system\" or ":\WINNT\system32\"). You most probably already have it.
If not, the programs will return errors.
You can download it here:
Download Install_VB6Runtime.zip now
You may as well choose to download from the
Microsoft Download Center
This software is freeware.
This means that it is completely free for anybody
to use without any limitations. This software is owned completely by the author (
). Since this software is intended to be freeware, the author does not authorize
the sale of this software. The programs may be freely distributed without
royalty as long as they are distributed in the form of the original ZIP
The author provides this software as is and makes
no warranty about it’s operations. By installing these applications, the
installer assumes all the risks of installing and using this software.
Window Size, Starfish, Langton's Ant, Mouse Tracker Toy:
Unpack the ZIP-file with a zip-program like 7-Zip
, TotalCommander or the Windows-Explorer of Windows ME, XP and Vista. Thats all.
There is no installation program, no change to
the registry or to any system files. This means you can UNINSTALL
the programs by simply deleting them.
Lens, MW-Fonts, WindowSensor, KwikLaunch:
Unpack the ZIP-file to a temporary folder.
Start the program setup_ProgName.exe. It will guide you through the usual installation process.
You can UNINSTALL
the program by starting 'Software' from the control panel...
Please also visit my site about conifers
Last changed 6/4/2008