CrossHair is a new tool for web designers to add high definition support to their HTML. It displays your mouse over a black filled square with a white arrow on a x-axis. When you mouse over the square, two full-size lines intersecting the mouse pointer move across the square. The lines follow along any positioned window or program until you either click the mouse or view the scrolling text in the lower half of the screen. The small program is very easy to use, and operates entirely in invisible mode until you activate the moving crosshairs. This mode displays the text as you scroll, but still leaves the original border invisible.
CrossHair works on almost all operating systems. It can be used on Macs by putting the Crosshair app, which comes with Macs, first into your startup menu, and then clicking the arrow keys to display the crosshair on your monitor. You can also use this same method with Linux systems by putting the Crosshair app into your Linux start up menu and then using the arrow keys to display the moving crosshair on your monitor. The software is available for download from the developer's website, and the website has detailed instructions for installation of the program. CrossHair was released in January, so it is relatively new. While the initial release included only a few new features, the developer has made continual updates to the software available through his website.
To download crosshair for Windows, first download the Crosshair app. The application will download some files that it will need to run. Next install the Crosshair application by copying the Crosshair folder onto your desktop. Once the application is installed, select "scan" to copy the scanning information from the downloaded file onto your PC. Finally, you are ready to begin playing the game!