A window placed over the whole screen let you see through on the 640x480 area so you see how your website fits into this screen area for older Macs. The rest of the screen is colored with an user choosen color.
This application is freeware and comes with included source as an example what can be done using Realbasic, if you have the Monkeybread Software Realbasic Plugin installed. As the downloads cost as lot of web traffic, feel free to donate a few dollars from our website if you like out applications.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Yeah, this is <b>super</b> useful for me. I have a 17" flatscreen imac using a resolution of 1440x900, so sometimes it's easy for me to forget that not everyone can view my website the same way I can. This will definitely help me figure out what my site layout should be for smaller resolutions ^_^