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Description: Powerful MUI-based Screen Grabber
Download: snapit.lha
Version: 1.5
Date: 14 Jun 2021
Category: utility/misc
FileID: 11737
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Comment by: HKvalhe ( 22 Nov 2013, 16:54File version: 1.2
This SnapIT is excellent! I love it, as i have tested it! However, i do have some suggestions for improvements. As when saving images, it should be possible to have a Save As, so that you can name the image as whatever you want, and save it where you want.

It would be cool if SnapIT could adopt some of the great features from SGrab. Instead of double-clicking a line to snap that image, it should be possible to either do a marking around the object you want to snap, or simply through FreeGrab, do a One-Click with the left mouse button anywhere you want on the Workbench screen, then VOILA, the image is grabbed and shown in the Preview. Might be an idea to think of, making it even simpler.

But the grabber is great! Keep up the excellent work! Waiting for the keyfile now :)
Comment by: zzd10h ( 20 Nov 2013, 13:22File version: 1.2
"But is it really needed when you have a preview of it? "
In my opinion, yes because the preview is little.

But it's just a detail, it's a real good program.
SGrab replaced for me !
Comment by: Joeled ( 20 Nov 2013, 09:59File version: 1.2
tack Stefan!
Comment by: HKvalhe ( 20 Nov 2013, 09:23File version: 1.2
Ah, so that explains the keyfile :) The program is interesting enough, yes :)
Comment by: Develin ( 20 Nov 2013, 08:43File version: 1.2
Adding some kind of built in image viewer should be pretty trivial.
But is it really needed when you have a preview of it?
Comment by: zzd10h ( 20 Nov 2013, 01:33File version: 1.2
Yes... I know ;)
But imagine that I "free snap" an area of wb screen, is it possible to preview the saved image without to go in RAM: and toopen snapxxx.jpg ?

Like the View button in SGrab who opens the currently saved picture ?

But, nox, I understand that the answer to my initial question is "NO, it's not possible"
Comment by: samo79 ( 20 Nov 2013, 01:21File version: 1.2
Ok understand :-)
At startup SnapIT will automatically show all things you have currently opened on your Workbench, that things opened are then divided in two sections: screens and windows
All you need to do in order to have a preview is a simple double click into any of that item listed.

Finally press the save button and you have done :-)
Comment by: zzd10h ( 19 Nov 2013, 23:54File version: 1.2
Yes, the file is well saved of course, I would like to know if, like in SGrab, you have a button to display the picture who is just snapshoted.

In SGrab, there is this option and I use it often to quick show if the grab is OK.

Of course, I have sent a mail to the author to notify it that one more AOS4 user is using his software.

Comment by: samo79 ( 19 Nov 2013, 22:20File version: 1.2

Not sure to have correctly understand, but yes once grabbed the image will be saved in ram or whatever you want


There is no limitation, the keyfile serve only to count how many user will use the program
Comment by: HKvalhe ( 19 Nov 2013, 21:01File version: 1.2
I believe you have to send an email to the author (Onyxsoft) and ask for a keyfile to be able to use all the features :) Yes, SnapIT has potensial :)
Comment by: zzd10h ( 19 Nov 2013, 20:39File version: 1.2
Very useful,
Is it possible to open the recently grab taken ?

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