Danicsoft has released an update for Copernicus, bringing it to version 1.3. Copernicus is an OS X screen capturing utility designed with custom image control. The update features performance enhancements including a "Triangles" theme for Jaguar users and other interface and bug tweaks. According to Danicsoft:
Danicsoft, a popular Macintosh shareware developer, released a significant update to their flagship screencapture program Copernicus today.
Copernicus empowers you to take screenshots faster and easier than ever before. It includes three powerful capture tools: Region, Object, and Movie.
Region capture allows you to highlight a pixel-precise region on the screen and capture it instantly.
Object capture allows you to capture any object, such as a window, the menu bar, or even the dock with a single click.
Movie capture allows you create Quicktime movies from a part of your screen or by following the mouse cursor.
Copernicus 1.3 includes the new Triangles theme as the default theme for Jaguar users. The Triangles theme implements object-capture capability, a highly requested feature. The interface has been polished, and several small bugs have been squished.
You can find more information about the Copernicus update at the Danicsoft Web site. Copernicus 1.3 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$10.00.