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After loving Plasq’s Skitch for a while now, I didn’t think I could have feelings for another screen capture utility. At an early glance, it appears I may need to re-evaluate my former stance. Now a days, I’m really looking forward to LittleSnapper from Real Mac […]

After loving Plasq’s Skitch for a while now, I didn’t think I could have feelings for another screen capture utility. At an early glance, it appears I may need to re-evaluate my former stance. Now a days, I’m really looking forward to LittleSnapper from Real Mac Software.

Today the Real Mac folks have released a great screencast of the application doing its thing, sharing screen captures, and I can’t be more excited! It looks very slick visually, and extremely organized for those hoping to keep their Pictures folder in a somewhat presentable state. Writing for The Apple Blog — and for far less important reasons — I take lots of screen shots, so features such as these have a lot of utility for me.

There’s a lot of other great looking features that I can’t wait to play with. Go ahead and take a look at the video below and you too can get excited.

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  1. Hmmm – this solves the problem of not being able to capture an entire webpage…. great find!

  2. Really looking forward to this. I’m forever taking screenshots & it looks like it could replace Skitch for me also.

  3. Jordan, check out Paparazzi for now

  4. Oooh, that’s an interesting looking solution. I’ve tended to just use the standard mac shortcuts along with Paparazzi for web pages, but the DOM mode, together with a great looking UI and organizational model make this one look right up my alley. Sweet tip.

  5. will it work via a bookmarklet in Safari? Like FFFFound

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