Re: Screen captures for Mac?
Apple provides a utility called "Grab" in OS X that does a decent job of capturing screens. It's very primitive compared with professional utilities, and you need to know how to change the preferred file format. (This requires using the Terminal utility and mucking about in Unix, so I haven't learned how to do this. A quick Google will probably tell you, as will displaying the man page for Grab in Unix.) The key thing is that you can change the format
You can apparently do it with the free shotChoice, which gets good comments on VersionTracker (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/27288).
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