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Software News   Software News : SGrab (1.22) and PNGTool (1.4) released
   posted by _Steve_ on 31-Oct-2002 20:02:49 (1844 reads)
Stephan Rupprecht has released updates to two of his applications.

SGrab (1.22), his screen grabbing utility has been updated, and also his PNG creation/conversion program PNGTool (1.4).


The changes to both programs just involve their compilation with the latest libpng and zlibs.

Download SGrab (1.22) (184KB LHA)
Download PNGTool (1.4) (106KB LHA)
    

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