Snipaste 1.10.5

Snipaste is a portable snipping tool, and also allows you to pin the screenshot back onto the screen. Download and open Snipaste, press F1 to start a screenshot, choose 'Copy to clipboard', then press F3 to paste it as a floating window. That's it. Once the area is selected, you can insert various annotations and save the image in JPEG, PNG or BMP image formats. You can also convert text or color info in the clipboard into a floating image window. Such windows can be zoomed, rotated, made translucent, and even made click-through. The software's online documentation includes a lot of useful information, about various features which are easy to overlook. Snipaste supports multiple themes, has a a color picker, auto detects UI elements, automatic backup and restore capabilities and includes multi-screen and HiDP (retina display) support. Snipaste is easy and intuitive to use, but there are also many hidden features that can make your life even more efficient.

Snipaste version 1.10.5 changelog:

Add HSV and HSI to the color card

Text copied from Chrome has rendering problems after pasted to the text edit #257
Text copied from Android Studio loses its format after converted to an image #266
Cannot capture topmost windows if Snipaste is started under some special conditions #269
Sometimes the z-orders of image windows are not correctly restored

If "Start on system boot" is checked and the startup shortcut is found lost when Snipaste is starting, try to regenerate one

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Latest version: 1.10.5 (10 Dec 2016)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows xp/Vista/7/8/10
Download: Snipaste 32-bit (~10.0 MB)
Download: Snipaste 64-bit
Download: Snipaste for XP

See also:
Microsoft Snip

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