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What software will allow o draw / write anywhere on the Mac OS X screen?
-Eugene
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by:strung
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You could try a Sharpie.
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by:MrMintanet
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Could you be more specific?  What you're asking is somewhat vague.
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by:eugene-g
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What I'm looking for is an ability to draw simple lines and circles anywhere on the screen to illustrate or highlight certain items.
For example, if I have a browser open I'd like to be able to draw a circle around a particular item displayed in the browser.
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These are perfoct.
Thank you!
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