Allow Illustrator to be monitor-aware. Have a feature where there is an onscreen ruler, and ask the user to hold up a real ruler to the screen. Let them drag a slider until the onscreen ruler perfectly matches the physical ruler. Then let this % value become the new "100% size" for that machine. Currently to see my artwork at 100% size, I need to set my view to 192%. I wish there was a setting to set my "100%" to default to 192%.
I have suggested this--and ways to accomplish this--in multiple places. This is a huge advantage so you can view things at their intended size. The only way to do this is to place a ruler up on your screen and find what % zoom is Actual actual size. Then, you have to manually type this in or save as a view (which is limited).
If you're using a version of LNP of at least 18.03.08, the rulers should sync with Photoshop canvas windows when you pan and zoom, which means you shouldn't have to worry about resetting their centers all the time. If you're using older versions of Photoshop such as CS5 or CS6 with a high-DPI screen in Win10, you may run into an issue where the centers don't track correctly. In this case, try unchecking the Canvas tracking: use DPI option via Settings/Edit Photoshop Options, which was added in version 19.10.22.
This is a lightweight and configurable ruler tool for Windows Desktop. It allows you to measure the size of elements on the screen in different units, including pixels, centimeters, and inches. Measuring is possible using a two-dimensional, rectangular ruler scale or a one-dimensional, horizontal, or vertical scale.It can move and resize precisely using the mouse or the keyboard, and You can add custom marking lines. It comes with a light and a dark theme. It also allows you to customize its appearance by changing all color settings.
Measure in pixels, centimeters, inches, points, and percentTwo-dimensional, rectangular ruler scaleOne-dimensional, horizontal, or vertical ruler scaleDark theme and option for custom coloringAutomatically measure the size of windows on the screenAdd an arbitrary number of custom marking linesThe auto-mark center or thirds of the rulerPrecise moving and resizing with keyboard shortcuts 2b1af7f3a8