Screenshots is the complete, easy to use solution for making and sharing screenshots on your Mac. It's so natural and fluid it's actually fun to use.You can grab any window, your entire desktop, or use Screenshots' unique, innovative "Frame" to easily select an exact area of the screen.Each one of these sources presents you with all the fine-tuning options you need to get exactly the image you want.Screenshots has a variety of sharing options for your images: Copy, save, and print Open in an app of your choosing Send to Mail or iPhoto Upload to hubapps.com and use a URL to access it later.Optionally preview any screenshot before keeping it. All your screenshots are saved in history where you can revisit them later if you need to (of course you can delete them).Screenshots is a powerful yet simple utility, providing you with all the tools you need and plenty of helper options: A menubar icon for quick access Launch on login if you want UI themes File formats - PNG, JPG, JPG2000, TIFF, BMP, or GIF. Transparency included. Dozens more features you can find out about as you go.Thanks for your interest! If you have any questions or need help please reach out to email@example.com.
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The main thing in this update is the addition of some global hotkeys, at popular request. Unlike "cmd-shft-4", they're flat, like "control-3" to copy the active window. See the Screenshots menubar item for all the shortcuts.It is amazingly useful to be able to save a perfect, active shot of the front window without leaving the app. Good request, users! Much love.Also... Improved the way the timer function works, so you can now copy fullscreen with the frontmost app being something other than Screenshots Fixed a bug related to multiple displays Some all-around polish, nothing major