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Author Topic: LifeHacker features ScreenshotCaptor  (Read 2843 times)


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LifeHacker features ScreenshotCaptor
« on: September 28, 2007, 03:53 AM »
Windows only: Freeware application Screenshot Captor is an advanced, full-featured
screenshot application boasting an impressive feature set that rivals the
shareware favorite, SnagIt. For example, Screenshot Captor has tons of options
for capturing your full screen, specific regions or selected windows; it has
excellent callout functions, like standard arrows and highlighting tools along
with the excellent blur effect you see in the screenshot above; and it can
automatically open screenshots in your favorite image editor or email
screenshots as soon as you take them. In all, Screenshot Captor may be the most
full-featured screenshot app I've seen, freeware or otherwise. On the other hand,
it does have a slightly steeper learning curve, so if there's a downside, that
may be it. Screenshot Captor is donationware, Windows only.
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Re: LifeHacker features ScreenshotCaptor
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2007, 05:10 AM »
 ;D ;D
I see everyone's reading lifehacker, these days!
Good to know, it means that SC will get a lot of attention!
(this was already posted twice... ;))
I'll lock this thread, please reply on the other thread :)