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Author Topic: "Saving options dialog" and "Auto copy to clipboard when SSC looses focus"  (Read 1319 times)

Filipe Meira Castro

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Hi,

After making a few changes on a screenshot, if a different picture is selected on the "Thumbnail Panel" there will be shown a pop up with a few saving options, a combobox and a "Ok" button.

This topology requires too many clicks and readding everytime one want to just answer "Overrwrite" or "Abandon Changes" and therefore addition of these two buttons instead of just a "Ok" button could be realy a nice thing. (BUG: if you click "X" to close this dialog the "OK" button function is triggered)

Another more complex idea would be to make a "Auto copy to clipboard when ScreenshotCapture looses focus" setting so that one could take a screenshot, make a few changes (Highlight something for example) , and right after changing application (to outlook for example) the picture could be automaticly saved on clipboard, so one could paste it directly...  (At the moment even CTRL+C does not work all the time and one has to go to Edit menu to make a copy... strange...)

Have a great day and thank you for this excelent application

Filipe Meira Castro

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+ 0  :D

Ath

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(At the moment even CTRL+C does not work all the time and one has to go to Edit menu to make a copy... strange...)
This feature is context-sensitive, if you have the cursor focused on the image (clicking there once helps), Ctrl-C copies it to the clipboard just fine. In other locations, the current selection is copied to the clipboard.

Filipe Meira Castro

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Thanks for the tip :)