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.
- ScreenFloat can now take Timed Shots (shortcut: cmd-ctrl-2)
- Shots can now be posted to ImageShack
- Shots can now be printed
- The menu bar icon can now be hidden
- Changed menu bar items around for easier access
- Shots "Opened With" now have the correct title
- Fixed a bug where dragging the mini-image-icon from a floating shot didn't work
- Shortcuts with the option key as the only modifier now work again
- Fixed a bug where new shots would be displayed off screen if created near a display's edge
- Fixed a bug where shots that weren't hidden would flash when unhiding all shots
- Fixed a bug where shots' titles, when dragged out of the Shots Browser, were wrong
- Shots that were on a secondary display that is now disconnected now show on the main display
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor