Danicsoft has released an update for Copernicus, bringing it to version 1.2.2. Copernicus is an OS X screen capturing utility designed with custom image control. The update features performance enhancements including custom fade times and bug fixes. According to Danicsoft:
Danicsoft, developer of the popular benchmarking utility SpeedRun, released a minor update to their flagship screencapture program Copernicus today.
Copernicus allows you to capture and handle screenshots in Mac OS X with unprecedented ease. You can capture a portion of the screen, an entire screen, or a series of screenshots to form a movie.
Copernicus 1.2.2 is a maintenance update which fixes some minor bugs and adds a few new features.
- Selection can no longer be dragged offscreen
- Now saves thumbnail selection instead of first picture in list
- Buttons now only enabled when a picture is selected
- Movie would display incorrectly in the preview window. (yes, again)
- Moved about box from preferences window to separate window
- Moved "default monitor" to Pictures tab, now only enabled on multi-monitor systems
- Show Cursor preference now defaults to true
- Renamed "Best Size" button to "Actual Size"
- Movies now have a maximum size setting
- "Open With" menu in preview window sends pictures to other programs
- Activate on dock click is now an option
- Capture window fade out time is now customizable
- Copernicus disables quit menu item in hidden dock icon mode
You can find more information about the Copernicus update at the Danicsoft Web site. Copernicus 1.2.2 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$10.00.