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I'm going to download and play with Screen Hunter. However, please note that
it is not free, it is USD19.95. I'm not sure how their demo period is, but
am going to find out as I test it against SnagIT32 . . .. (I don't
anticipate stopping using SnagIT but I like to keep my mind open.)
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Hartzer [SMTP:BHartzer -at- cha-systems -dot- com]
> With the recent and never-ending/ongoing discussions about
> screep capture software, I just heard about a new program that's
> SCREENHUNTER. ScreenHunter can capture any rectangular area of
> the screen, windows and menus, and the desktop. Captured images can be
> saved with an automatically generated file name, so you don't have to
> stop each time you capture and you can capture as many as you like. The
> images also can be copied to other programs and saved either in Bitmap
> or JPEG format. It's free at
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