By Twelve Twenty
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Uberlayer puts one image on top of all other windows of your computer screen at its actual size. Proof a design to the pixel, watermark a presentation or show off to colleagues with that hot picture of your new ... puppy.
Copy & paste, drag & drop or use the layer menu to open almost any image source.
+ Displays JPG, PNG (also with transparency), TIFF, GIF and PSD.
+ Paste images from the clipboard.
+ Keyboard control for pixel precise positioning.
+ Click 'through' the images in locked mode.
+ System wide drag & drop support.
What's New in Version 1.4
Changes in 1.4:
Uberlayer just got leaner and faster, which we celebrated with a fresh new look for both the icon and the interface. Enjoy!
Changes in 1.3:
+ Setting your layer with a fixed transparency (like Photoshop's 0-9 keys)
+ Zoom your image to 50% and 200% especially for the new Retina displays! (⌘+1 ⌘+2 ⌘+3)
Missing two crucial features
Needs system-wide hotkeys to show/hide and adjust opacity. The image should not cover the Dock. The free GluePrint has a customizable hotkey for show/hide and does not cover the Dock.
Not what i thought it was...
I thought this was for layering photos on top of each other because this came up when i searched up photo layering.