ScreenFloat allows you to create screenshots which float above all other windows so that information is always readily available.
ScreenFloat is the ideal choice for anyone tired of moving and resizing windows around just to access a piece of information hidden behind them.
It is a great way to transfer not copy-paste-able information to another application.
It is also an excellent tool to store information for later use.
ScreenFloat offers you a great way to organize your shots with the built-in “Shots Browser” which lets you tag and name shots and organize them in “Collections” and “Smart Collections”, sorted by criteria you specify.
- Sharing Capabilities of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
- Images can now be resized larger than their original size
- Floating shots' advanced menu now offers access to the Shots Browser and Preferences
- Reduced number of writes to disk when moving shots
- When adding files from the file system, ScreenFloat now takes the creation date of that file, not the date when the shot was added
- The key to temporarily change the work-mode was changed from option to command so not to interfere with closing or deleting shots
- Fixed a bug where text inside the shots browser was blurry on retina displays
- Fixed a bug where saving over an existing file wouldn't really overwrite
- Fixed a bug where hidden shots would show up temporarily when switching spaces
- Fixed a bug where tags couldn't be deleted
- Fixed a bug where if more than one shot was copied in the shots browser, only the first selected item would be copied
- Fixed a bug when double-clicking on shots
- Fixed several bugs when exporting
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later