Looking Forward to Window Clippings 3: Maximized Windows

Here’s another quick highlight for you.

Window Clippings was originally focused on capturing restored, or non-maximized, windows as that is where the built-in Print Screen functionality traditionally didn’t do a good job of capturing non-rectangular windows. As a result, I never really thought much about capturing maximized windows and was surprised how many people actually wanted to use Window Clippings for that. Well I’ve made sure that maximized windows can be captured perfectly with Window Clippings 3.


For the curious, this image has been scaled to 80% of its original size to fit nicely on my blog. And for the very curious, the 17 frames per second is because this screenshot was taken inside a virtual machine.

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3 thoughts on “Looking Forward to Window Clippings 3: Maximized Windows

  1. Matthew

    This sounds great. Does this mean that when capturing a maximized window it won’t capture the taskbar anymore? If so, that is my new favorite feature (And I’m pretty excited about all of the other ones too).

    This really sounds like a great update. I can’t wait for it to come out.

      1. Matthew

        Great. That was my main issue with previous versions. This sounds like a really great update. The more I read about it the more I can’t wait for its release. 😀

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