I’m very happy to announce that Window Clippings 3 has been released! It supports many new features and improvements that allow you to take that perfect screenshot with ease. Although there are many new features in this release I have worked very hard to make this version even simpler to use.
I’m still working on the documentation. You can visit http://windowclippings.com/help and browse through a growing collection of tutorials and other documentation. In the meantime here is a short list of some of the new features in no particular order:
- Perfectly capture elevated windows
- Automatically capture active window or active applications
- Capture maximized windows
- Capture Windows taskbar, Start menu, jump lists, etc.
- Create freehand and elliptical selections
- Much better support for popups, menus, etc.
- Support sending screenshots to OneNote 2010
- Save to disk action improvements
- Copy to clipboard action improvements
- Add watermarks to screenshots
- Resize screenshots
- More powerful image processing
- Custom file naming
- Create favorites of your preferred settings
- Command line capture
- Support lower color depth display configurations
- Alpha blending capture improvements
Please give it a try today:
As I mentioned before, I’m offering a free upgrade to anyone who bought a 2.x license in the past. I’m hoping to get those emails out this week some time, but if you’re in a hurry or changed your email address just let me know.