Snapshoter updated to v1.5.1

Date 17-Jun-2011 2:18:09
Topic: Software News

Snapshoter is a infinite clipboard manager, image composer, have post it function, Dropbox file synchronization, and a lot more. Also is compatible with AmigaOS 3-4, AROS, MorphOS, and Windows


Features list:

1. Fast, light and efficient clipboard manager.
2. Store unlimited clipboards.
3. Add watermarks to your pictures.
4. Post-it function.
5. Compatible with DropBox (Support for multiuser sharing the captures and using only one executable, Also notes are used as messages between users here)
6. Auto store text and images in clipboard from any program to paste again in other program.
7. Capture pictures, video of any size (The video is placed in the video folder), capture the full desktop,
or crop any image.
8. Capture images with timer for example pop-ups.
9. Image compose mode.
10. Scale, rotate, put border, change contrast, add transparency, use text or arrows in the collage mode.
11. Infinite layers to play with your images in real time. 12. Save the collage as JPG image.
12. You can delete or add files directly the captures drawer, snapshoter sort all those files and prepare it.
13. Languages English, Catala , spanish Turkish Italian and French. (Sorry this version is only in english)
14. Drag n drop picture files to the clipboard bar and automatically you have all the images ready.
15. Paint, compose, create, and a lot more.
16. New text mode added to collage, you can use any font installed in your system now, select shadows, outline, bold, italic, underline, colors......
17. New RGB palette.
18. New layer selection mode in collage mode. Now the image blinks to locate the selected layer.
19. Take photos in your cellular and send it using dropbox to snapshoter and instantly you have it in your snapshoter bar ready to work. Also you can capture images in your computer and automatically are sended to your cellular via dropbox.
20. Can be launched automatically when the OS boot.
21. Never lost your clipboards, (If you dont delete it)

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