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> I use FullShot. I think it does a decent job, once you turn off all
> default stuff that shows up on your title bars. Well, I find it
> but others might not. I think FullShot does a decent job though. The
> trouble I've run into is saving images with many colors as .gifs.
> tells you there are too many colors, etc. So, I end up saving as a
On the Mac, I'm using SnapzPro. It allows me to grab menus, windows,
full screens, and polygonal selections of screen real estate (which
basically means I have a drag-bar which I can shape in any way I
wish). File formats include .PICT, .gif, .jpg, .png, .tiff, and any I
wish to add (Graphic Converter, a popular image editor on the Mac),
handles any conversions to formats not listed above.
Mouse cursor can be shown or not -- your choice.
I can also capture on-screen movement in QuickTime (.mov) format; good
for demos and such (G4 advised).
> Kate Skilton
"Dis information is better than dat information."
--spies everywhere, at one time or another