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Editor's review CrossHair
While using CrossHair, you will see two lines intersecting each other on your mouse cursor when hot key get pressed. With the mouse cursor, these lines will go on any program or window. You will find it very helpful while dealing with tabular data or graphs. While studying your document, you can turn on this tool by activating hotkeys. Two types of hotkeys are available. One is roving and the other is stationary. When the roving hotkey is activated, the lines will follow the mouse cursor. Default roving hotkey is control + backtick. When using the stationary hotkey, the lines will stay still at the current location of mouse cursor. Default stationary hotkey is control + 1. You can press again the hotkey to make it disappear. By using configuration window, you can do the settings of your choice. When crosshairs are stationary, you can press the roving hotkey to make them move and vice versa. For quick launch, its icon will be created on the taskbar. You can also uninstall them from the add/remove programs in the control panel.