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Are there any software that can acts like a transparency film over computer monitor screen for Windows?

Something like ScreenMark but except where I can save the drawings as a files for future usage.

This is what my screen displays, as you can see, the Anki edit screen has many boxes, without any visual aid, it is laborious to find the correct boxes.

Screenshot

So I draw some lines with whiteboard marker on my monitor, so this is what I actually see.

Edited screenshot

Obviously, this is not the best solution. I'm looking for a free solution for Windows 10.

  • Good question! Your Anki model is one of the most detailed I have ever seen :-) – Nicolas Raoul Aug 3 '15 at 5:24
  • Ahaha, Nicolas, nice to see you here! – Ben Aug 3 '15 at 13:38
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    You need it to be overlaid and able to see it while you work on other things? Would you need to work within the grid it's over? – Raystafarian Aug 3 '15 at 18:35
  • Yes, I just want an overlay, and be able to work as usual. Multiple monitor support would be nice too. – Ben Aug 4 '15 at 2:07
  • Press Prt Scr on your keyboard. Open Paint, click in the main area. Then press Ctrl V for paste. There it is and paint has drawing tools to draw line on it and text on it. It is all built-in to windows no need to install anything. Yes you can save in several formats. I don't have multi-monitors so I can't test that part. – cybernard Aug 9 '15 at 17:25

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