ScreenShot Software (Freeware)

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  1. FireDancer

    FireDancer Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Can anyone recommend a screenshot/capture software that is free ware.

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    Hoversnap is what I have used for a long time it works well and is very easy to use. You can get it here
     
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    Thanks for that Bigc! Just unzip it to a new folder and doubleclick.
     

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    I now have two new programs. I like them both! Thanks.
     
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    It really makes it easier to create a folder for hoversnap instead of useing a temp folder. And it really helps to check the box on the bottom
     

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    Done!
     
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    thanks for the links guys... but mine seems to be broke I cant get the functions to work right. CNTROL+PRINTSCREEN doesnt want to work the only thing that seems to work is full screen and I want to use custom so I can drag mouse for the size I want or area... any ideas. I did d load hoversnap

    FireDancer o_O
     
  10. FireDancer

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    ummmm think I got it now will keep playing with it thanks!!!!!
     

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    Are you useing cntrl-prnt scrn for a custom area and alt-prnt scrn for active area and full scrn just prnt scrn. with HoverSnap?
     

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    Also if you are useing process guard and have block global hooks enabled it will not work in custom mode.
     

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  13. FireDancer

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    No, Cntrl-Prnt doesnt seem to work.

    Nope, no PG used here.

    I dbl click my icon for Hoversnap then click hide but have to have my whatever it is that I am captureing right behind that then just click PRT SCR and I get a large + then I can drag the area I want. I have Hover set for play sound when done so I know it has been done. I also put a folder on the desk top named Captures so that it is handy enought to get to.

    FireDancer
     
  14. FireDancer

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    this was done with just PRNT-SCR. I tried to use Cntrl_Prnt SCr but it does not want to co-operate :) I like the program but it seems iit has a mind of it's own LOL

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    My pleasure :D Glad i could help.
     
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