General Software Discussion / Re: How can I automatically run a command after an application closes?« on: May 12, 2007, 05:59 AM »
Thanks - I'll try that
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ScreenShot Captor is a fantastic program and compares with SnagIt. I am trying to get some of my clients to make donations for this program because they are using it and some of them had already bought SnagIt. The only reason some of them are still using SnagIt is because it has the ability to capture printer output rather than send a document to the printer. I'm not sure but I think this is the only feature SnagIt has that is missing from ScreenShot Captor. Is this a possibility for a near future upgrade? So that when you install ScreenShot Captor it also installs as a printer and then you can select ScreenShot Captor as one of your printers?
I appreciate the work that was put into this product and I intend to be an evangelist for it. Thanks again.
BTW, when you added the eMail feature that was when many of my clients felt like they could make the switch from SnagIt.-j1webb (February 20, 2007, 01:34 PM)
i'm surprised that Sony hasn't been mentioned.. though like katykaty, i use the mp3 player that comes with SonyEricsson mobile phone..
btw, there's some promotion going on at their website..-lanux128 (December 12, 2006, 01:05 AM)
For e-mail templates that are "structured" (ordered) and somewhat "static", The Form Letter Machine utility is a much better solution. Go to mouser's zone here on DonationCoder and download it.
You can create a pull-down menu of structured trees (templates) from which to select from. You can also create a pull-down menu of symbolic variables from which automatic variable substitution within these static structures can be made. It's a much better solution for canned templates.
As Mouser also pointed out to me, you can include any XML/XHTML codes in your templates at well, so you can get quite fancy.
I'm using The Form Letter Machine for an events announcement list I moderate with very good success. Now I thought about going hog wild and setting up an RSS newsfeed for this announcements digest as well. That requires generating some XML and conditional assembly, in which case the Help & Manual application maybe better, but that's really an overkill in most cases.-superticker (October 28, 2006, 10:17 AM)
not a stupid question.
if you are a supporting member (donate whatever amount you want), i'm always happy to make custom license keys which say whatever you want. it's a bit harder if you are not a supporting member because i'm not quite set up for it; it could be done though if need be. you can email me at [email protected]-mouser (November 09, 2006, 04:51 PM)
do you mean that snagit properly jumps to the objects like the buttons when you move over them, or do you mean you can manually move a small box and position it exactly where you want it? is it clear what im asking?-mouser (October 27, 2006, 04:53 PM)
... add some options for letting user have submenus for their favorites and better display favorites separately from quickpaste so that you won't run out of places ...I wouldn't make it too fancy. Honestly, people don't want to see more than 26 items in their Quick Paste menu. What they need to do is define the Quick Paste SQL search so less than 26 are in there in the first place.-mouser (October 18, 2006, 05:55 PM)
Honestly, I didn't even realize you could do this until I read this thread. Now that I know how to limit (control) the items in Quick Paste, I can probably adjust the SQL search criteria for just the items I really need.-superticker (October 19, 2006, 11:11 PM)