How to use a Line focus ruler on any website
What is a line focus?
A line focus is a transparent ruler that can be used to help you read text. Helperbird allows you to use it on every website you visit.
How to turn on the Line focus
Step 1: Open Helperbird, this is done by clicking the Helperbird icon in the top right corner of your browser window.
Step 2: The extension will open. Showing the quick actions and other features.
Step 3: Scroll until you find the Ruler card.
Step 4: Under the Ruler card, there is a Style feature.
Step 5: Change the Style to Line focus.
Step 5: Toggle the on/off switch to On.
Step 6: The line focus, will now appear on the page.
Step 7 (Optional): To turn off the line focus, toggle the on/off switch to Off.
Follow cursor is a feature that allows the ruler to follow your cursor as you move it across the page. This feature is turned off by default.
Ruler color is a feature that allows you to change the color of the ruler. The default color is black.
Ruler size is a feature that allows you to change the size of the ruler. The default size is 100px.
Ruler position is a feature that allows you to change the position of the ruler. The default position is top.
Ruler opacity is a feature that allows you to change the opacity of the ruler. The default opacity is 100%.
Ruler Width is a feature that allows you to change the width of the ruler. The default width is 1px.
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Need more help?
If you encounter any issues with the activation process, please contact the Helperbird support team for assistance.