[9:00 AM] Taking Screen Shots Has Never Been Easier
St. Clair Software has announced a new beta of their screen-shot utility on steroids, Screen Catcher. Version 2.0b4 is available to the public in an extended beta test period. The new version adds the feature for entire documents to be captures by automatically scrolling through windows. According to St. Clair:
Finally, capture entire documents exactly as they appear on screen! St. Clair Software's popular screen capture utility now includes an exciting new "Catch-All" feature. Catch-All automatically scrolls the contents of a window, allowing you to capture an entire web page or document even when it's too long to fit on-screen. In addition, Screen Catcher's built-in resizing, color reduction, and printing capabilities offer the flexibility to meet the needs of even the most demanding power-users.
Screen Catcher 2.0b4 includes the following enhancements:
Catch-All feature automatically scrolls the contents of a window to capture entire web pages and documents.
"Repeat Last Capture" command re-takes the last snapshot.
Capture rectangles of a fixed size.
Delay image captures with a snapshot timer.
Print an image onto a single page or across multiple pages.
New pop-up menu available at any time in any application.
Help window shows available keyboard shortcuts while editing the snapshot region.
New Window menu for faster access to captured images.
Fixes for problems in version 1.5, including corrections for errors during printing, compatibility with applications that have palette windows, and improved memory management.
This beta version of Screen Catcher is available for free. You can find more information at the St. Clair Software web site.