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Author Topic: Confiuring the post-capture window?  (Read 1778 times)

mtemp

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Confiuring the post-capture window?
« on: April 26, 2013, 08:31:21 AM »
Hi,

long, long ago I wished to have such a post-capture dialog window as a quick option menu -- and, wow, it had been implemented [Please correct me:  "had been" is wrong, isn't it?]
-> http://www.donationc...dex.php?topic=4857.0

Just simply by typing eg "h" I got the screenshot into the clipboard and the dialog window was closed.
Now the comment field is active and I can't select one of the buttons with just "one key" -- and so on...

In short: it would be great to configure this dialog window. E.g. to disable the comment field or to define which buttons should be directly accessible and not via sub menus and similar.

best regards, mtemp

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Re: Confiuring the post-capture window?
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2013, 08:36:39 AM »
Try using alt+key shortcut -- that should still work I think.

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In short: it would be great to configure this dialog window. E.g. to disable the comment field
Yes i think this might be in order.

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it had been implemented [Please correct me:  "had been" is wrong, isn't it?]
"it was implemented" would be be better, if you are referring to something that was implemented in the past.  if you are remarking on a brand new feature you might say instead "has been implemented".

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Re: Confiuring the post-capture window?
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2013, 04:38:08 AM »
Try using alt+key shortcut -- that should still work I think.
Yes, but then I need two fingers... this would be an interrupt of my (previous) workflow...
But now I am using an autohotkey script (not only to take control over screenshot captor) -- just by typing eg "s" the button "Save image..." will be "called".
Or by typing "f" the keys "!ch" are triggered and I get the file path into my clipboard. The fastest way. And -- yes -- I am using your tool quite often! :)

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In short: it would be great to configure this dialog window. E.g. to disable the comment field
Yes i think this might be in order.
Now with my very little scripts ;) the comment field (which I don't need) will be omitted.

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it had been implemented [Please correct me:  "had been" is wrong, isn't it?]
"it was implemented" would be be better, if you are referring to something that was implemented in the past.  if you are remarking on a brand new feature you might say instead "has been implemented".
Thank you very much for your English lection :)

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Re: Confiuring the post-capture window?
« Reply #3 on: June 22, 2013, 05:52:18 AM »
mtemp,

The new beta release of Screenshot Captor should address your requests for modifying the post-capture dialog.
See this thread for more info, and let me know.

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Re: Confiuring the post-capture window?
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2013, 12:23:28 PM »
Thank you very much!

By the way: sometimes I want to attach a screenshot to an email (working with Tunderbird/windows). So I am using this little autohotkey script, active only when the post capture dialog box is open and activated just by simply pressing the key "t":

#IfWinActive, ahk_class TPostCapture2Form
{
t::
clipboard =
Send, c    ;# copy file path
ClipWait, 1
sleep, 500   ;# wait "another" half a second
Run, thunderbird.exe -compose "attachment='%clipboard%'"
return
}

Or e.g. this little helper script -- shorter than the button "Send to...":

;# key P: open the file directly in Photoshop
^p::
p::
clipboard =
Send, c
ClipWait, 200
Run, "%path_photoshop%" "%clipboard%"
return


And so on :)