HyperSnap

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HyperSnap
Software Details:
Version: 8.13.02 updated
Upload Date: 25 Aug 17
Developer: Hyperionics
Distribution Type: Shareware
Price: 39.95 $
Downloads: 2860
Size: 11729 Kb

Rating: 2.4/5 (Total Votes: 14)

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HyperSnap takes screen captures from Windows screen. HyperSnap combines the screen capture application with an advanced wrapped into one easy-to-use tool. It is perfect for capturing images that you want to include in your Help system, online tutorials, manuals, training handouts, presentations, marketing materials, Web pages, and emails. It captures full screen games using DirectX or Direct3D drivers. With HyperSnap you can share a picture-perfect representation of anything on your screen.

What is new in this release:

  • Small fix for "avoid the jump" from the selection by the original offset: the "avoiding" now works only if a rectangle smaller than the entire image is selected. Otherwise paste works as before release 8.13.01
  • Replace colors for non-rectangular selection now does not change colors of pixels that are not inside the selection, if the "apply alpha" box is checked-off.

What is new in version 8.04.06:

In version 8.04.06 the order of thumbnails in the thumbnail bar may now be re-arranged with drag and drop operation. This is important e.g. if you want to save some or all of images into one PDF file, and the order in which they are saved is important. You may now drag out one image thumb, or several of them if marked with check-marks, to Windows desktop or Explorer folders. Upon dropping the thumbnails there, the images will be saved in that folder as PNG or JPEG files. You may also drag-drop them to other targets that accept files, e.g. MS Word, email, web file upload forms etc.

What is new in version 8.02.02:

In version 8.02.02 the order of thumbnails in the thumbnail bar may now be re-arranged with drag and drop operation. This is important e.g. if you want to save some or all of images into one PDF file, and the order in which they are saved is important. You may now drag out one image thumb, or several of them if marked with check-marks, to Windows desktop or Explorer folders. Upon dropping the thumbnails there, the images will be saved in that folder as PNG or JPEG files. You may also drag-drop them to other targets that accept files, e.g. MS Word, email, web file upload forms etc.

Limitations:

20-day trial

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