Snipaste screen capture tool is now available in Windows Store

Snipaste

Snipaste is a capable tool for capturing, annotating, and processing screenshots with an emphasis on speed and simplicity. Snipaste offers access to a number of several image editing options, including arrows, mosaic blur, text, highlighter, various shapes...etc., which can be used to annotate your screenshots once they have been captured. When you're finished, the annotated capture may be copied to the clipboard, saved as an image file in PNG, JPG, BMP, TGA, ICO, TIFF and GIF and also pinned back onto your screen as a floating window.

The default keys (which can be customized) are F1 for Snip and F3 for Paste. Other features include multi-screen support, image scaling, a built-in color picker, and more.

Snipaste 1.15 changelog:

New

  • Snipaste is now available in Windows Store
  • (Windows Store) Support command line options -- For example, snipaste.exe --snip-full --output clipboard(yes, no need to specify the path to the executable file)
  • Hold Shift to make a square screenshot when snipping

The way for enabling/disabling mouse click-through has changed again

  • The double-tap X way is removed
  • To prevent misoperation, no hotkey is assigned for this feature by default. If you understand it and need it, please go to Preferences - Hotkey - Toggle mouse click-through and set a hotkey for it
  • Be sure to click on the i icon to learn the usage
  • You can now change the location of the configuration file in the Preferences Dialog (Not fully tested. Please provide feedback if you find any bugs)
  • Support specifying the output of screenshots via CLI (Not fully tested. Please provide feedback if you find any bugs)
  • Turkish translation(thanks to thrylmz)

Fixed

  • (Windows Store) App does not restart after update
  • Deviation of the position of the rectangle annotation
  • Window detection problems related to the taskbar area #584
  • Hotkey problems when Auto backup is disabled #499
  • Possible crash caused by clicking on the red dots
  • Crashes related to image groups

Improved

  • The default font style for text annotation becomes not outlined
  • When in the fill mode of mosaic/Gaussian blur, you can scroll the mouse wheel to adjust the blur level
  • Better visibility of the cursor when annotating #544
  • End text edit instead of quitting snipping, when you press Esc during text annotation #562
  • Stay at the current group when activating the hotkey for group switching (press the hotkey more times to switch to other groups) #556
  • Simplify config.ini by removing settings that are using default values

Download: Snipaste 1.15 (32-bit) | 10.0 MB (Freeware)
Download: Snipaste 1.15 (64-bit) | 11.5 MB
Download: Snipaste 1.15 (for XP) | 9.3 MB
View: Snipaste Home Page | Documentation

Update: Snipaste 1.15.1 fixes errors (file name pattern, Quick Save, etc.) caused by config.ini simplification.

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