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Screenshot with region of screen

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I like XnView very much. And I hope its new version will contain the feature of catching screen in region.
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Re: if it have a new feature...

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qiuyingtao wrote:I like XnView very much. And I hope its new version will contain the feature of catching screen in region.
Not sure yet
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qiuyingtao wrote:I like XnView very much. And I hope its new version will contain the feature of catching screen in region.
If you use screen capturing often, I recommend to look for a tool which really covers your needs. There are very good programs out there, some of them may cost some bucks but it's worth the money if you use it more often.

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Personally I've tried a bunch of tools, including HyperSnap, SnagIt, and many more. The one which was slim and covered my needs best was SmartCapture (http://www.desksoft.com). It's worth a trial, but not freeware.
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I like MWSnap. Does everything I need and then some. Free.

http://www.mirekw.com/winfreeware/mwsnap.html
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JohnFredC wrote:I like MWSnap. Does everything I need and then some. Free.

http://www.mirekw.com/winfreeware/mwsnap.html
MWSnap is a very nice one, indeed. Small download size (644 Kb), capturing of rectangles, menus, ... And additional features like a ruler, adding a frame, magnifying glass when capturing, default sizes, multi-language. Very good.

Thank you for pointing to that one, John!
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and Flash 32, too
www.logipole.com :P
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Luth wrote:and Flash 32, too
www.logipole.com :P
Thank you for your hint.
Still have to have a look at it. The description sounds interesting and promising (luckiliy there is a "English language" button on the left side of the webpage).