By Matthias Gansrigler
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Use ScreenFloat to create floating screenshots that are always visible, no matter which application you're in.
This way, you don't have to move or resize windows around to keep information visible on your screen.
• Floating Screenshots
Screenshots you create with ScreenFloat
(by default with the keyboard hotkey cmd-shift-2)
immediately open up and are always displayed
in front of other windows, following you around,
no matter which application, space or fullscreen app you are in.
Shots can be changed in size, or in opacity by scrolling up or down within them.
• Shots Browser
ScreenFloat keeps your shots around
for later reference when you close them.
Shots are collected in the Shots Browser
where you can name, tag, organize and categorize them.
• Quick and easy export of shots
You can send shots created with ScreenFloat
to any application that handles image files.
A double click onto a floating shot will open it in
a default application you can specify for even quicker export.
For a demo version and further information, please visit ScreenFloat's website.
If you have any feedback or questions, please do not hesitate to write me by mail at email@example.com, or on twitter at @eternalstorms.
What's New in Version 1.5.11
This update comes with the following small improvements...:
- Shots can now be hidden individually
- Filenames are now appended with the Shot's creation date when dragged out so they don't replace shots with the same name (thank you, Günter)
...and squashes the following ghastly bugs:
- Fixed a bug where disabled system shortcuts were unavailable
- Fixed a bug with localizations - German now works again
- Removed some legacy code
- Fixed a crash when retrying to upload to ImageShack
- Fixed a bug where, when a shot was hidden and quickly shown again, it would vanish (also happened when dragging)
- 1.5.11: Fixes a bug in the german localization that would cause the Shots Browser to not be shown
- Known issue: sometimes, when closing a shot, it doesn't show up in the Shots Browser until a restart of ScreenFloat. I'm still looking into it.
Thank you for using ScreenFloat!
If you have a minute, please consider leaving a review on the Mac App Store - you would make my day.
Thank you :)
Totally Indispensable tool for OS X
I have been using this for a couple of years now and is one of these apps that I install first when I have to use a Mac (with other such as Alfred, 1Password, etc.). I use this everyday, all the time...it has become such an indispensable tool for my workflow. You capture without effort snapshots, put them aside, use them for comparisons, to remember a part of another window without having to switch. I probably take 20-30 shots every day. I have used other similar apps, but this is the best, hands down!
Great application, totally worth the price!
This app is extremely useful when you need to go back and forth between tabs on the same app, and you need information from other tabs to compare and/or copy values from. It has replaced my usage of the normal Cmd+Shift+4 OS X screenshot command. Having a history of all the previous screen floats is also great, and easy to go back to for future reference. All around great app, and an excellent value.
Better than I could imagine
I bought this app on a whim, but it has become essential to a few workflows, and it ends up being useful in general. It has become one of those “I can’t imagine using my computer without it” things.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Apr 11, 2014
- Version: 1.5.11
- Size: 4.0 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Matthias Gansrigler
- © 2015, Eternal Storms Software
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor