Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Snipaste Portable, Snip. Then paste!
"Once you’ve snipped your intended image, you can edit it using various tools present on the bottom right corner of the snipped window. ...you can paste it anywhere on the desktop using key combination Ctrl+W." —DigdarshanKavia@TWC, TheWindowsClub.com (Sep 1, 2016)
"Pasting works a little bit different than the default Windows operation. Instead of pasting the contents of the clipboard on the active window, Snipaste displays a previously copied image on the screen. Think of it as a preview of the image on the screen that you can interact with. It supports multiple sources including images, plain text, HTML and various others." —reviewer, ghacks.net (October 16, 2016)
"...Snipaste is configured to automatically detect windows and UI elements. Unfortunately, it does not allow you to include multiple such elements in a single snapshot, as other similar applications do. Alternatively, you can hold the click and drag the window to define the area to capture." —Mihaela Teodorovici, Softpedia.com (Oct 27, 2016)
Snipaste is a simple but powerful snipping tool, and also allows you to pin the screenshot back onto the screen.
   Snipaste is easy and intuitive to use, but there are also many hidden features that can make your life even more efficient. Read the documentation if you are interested.

Size: 60.0 MB (62,939,136 bytes) Packed Size: 16.5 MB (17,391,616 bytes)

Snipaste for Windows XP SnipasteXPPortable_1.15.3_XP.paf
Size: 26.7 MB (28,041,216 bytes) Packed Size: 8.62 MB (9,039,872 bytes)
MD5: 306ECE4E505B7593CED19E76774F0467

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Unlike ShareX, no .NET required. You can safely bring this one out with your thumbdrive... Although we all prefer to use portables on Windows, right? :)

Portability Notes

It's 100% portable.

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