For the rulers, you just left click on the little box for the ruler you want and drag it to the place you want it.
There are two vertical rulers. These are found in the lower left of the screen as a small white box.
There are two horizontal rulers for each channel. These are small color coded (to match the channel) boxes at the top of the channel vertical scaling.
This is also detailed in the users guide under help in Pico 6.
The overlay task would be much easier just to show you. The button for this is next to the channels math button and it works a lot like custom probes where you copy into your library, edit, and save. Then you can recall them into the screen from there along with something already on the screen..
You are welcome to join us for our live demo on June 30th, 2009 at 12pm Pacific time (email for details). Or, just contact me to set up another time, when you have a high speed internet connection available, and I can join you in your PC and show you around the program.
We have extensive tutorials on every aspect of PicoScope operation, for automotive use, available to our Autonerdz Picogroup members. But I would be happy to show you some basics to get you started so you can have a taste of the level of support and training we offer for automotive.
You may also find this public Pico6 introduction movie helpful:
THE PicoScope Automotive Authority
In North America