Screen Edit 1.1

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Easily capture, edit, and save images from your desktop.

When working on multiple projects and building documentation, taking screenshots, editing them, and then inserting them into files eats up some time. This little program helps to reduce some of that time by auto-opening your screen capture in the editor of your choice while having the ability to auto-save the captures in a sequenced file naming pattern.

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What's New in Version 1.1

Released

  • ---General:
  • Built an installer for the program.
  • Created GUI for altering the configuration.
  • Added tooltip to tray.
  • Added 'Disable App' to tray menu.
  • ---Configuration Editor:
  • Gave the ability to browse for a folder to select as the default capture file location.
  • Added button to save the captures.
  • Added the ability to create a naming scheme for the saved file captures.
  • Program editor/viewer list is auto-generated when the 'Select' button is pressed in the 'Default Image Editor/Viewer' options. Can manually browse to select program as well.
  • Added an input box to change the JPEG output quality.
  • Added button to test the JPEG output quality.
  • Added the ability to change the Auto Launch options
  • Added button 'Reset Configuration' to change all of the settings back to their default.




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