A great screen capture program, and a great photo-sharing service, together: SnagIt Profile for Flickr.
posted by Jonathan at
7/03/2006 12:16:00 PM
Have you tried Cropper? It's a sweet little capture app from Brian Scott that he coded in C#.Brian Scott's blogalsoAt SnapFilesit has plugins for flickr, tinypic, and onenote.
By rickdog, at 9/13/2006 1:29 AM
Thanks rickdog for the pointer.
By Jonathan, at 9/13/2006 11:42 PM
Hi Jon, stumbled onto your blog while Googling for a freeware image editor that will allow me to remove a horizontal or vertical chunk and that will then join up the remaining parts. I know that SnagIt can do that but SnagIt is not freeware. Any leads? Thanks.
By Anonymous, at 11/08/2006 8:37 AM
Hi Anon - SnagIt's basically a screen capture program (for capturing the whole screen or a portion of it), so it's probably not what you're looking for (though if you are looking for a freeeware screen-capture program, MWSnap is quite good).Can't think of a tool that will let you pick out a strip of pixels and have it join the remaining two sides together. The only thing I can think of is to do it manually with a graphics editor (like MS Paint).
By Jonathan, at 11/08/2006 9:38 PM
Hi Jon, thanks for your reply. The Join tool in SnagIt did exactly what I needed. Essentially, I screen grabbed a forum thread discussion and wanted to cut out the noise from the signal so SnagIt came in very handy for that as well as other purposes. Now, if I can just find something at the right price before the trial period expires :). As I cannot bring myself to crack SnagIt or run a keygen for SnagIt, the search for a freeware alternative continues ... Nice blog by the way, have bookmarked it.
By Anonymous, at 11/09/2006 12:59 AM
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