ClipSa is a very small tool for very quick picture saving. You put some picture into the clipboard (PrintScrn/Alt-PrintScrn/Ctrl-C) and ClipSa saves it to a file. The program supports BMP, JPG and PNG formats.

Goal: to minimize the number of actions (clicks) when saving a picture into a file. You put the picture in the buffer (PrintScrn / Alt-PrintScrn / Ctrl-C) click on Save and the picture is saved in a file.
No intermediate programs (Paint, Photo Editor, ACDC, etc.) required.

The program works both in manual and in automatic mode.
Manual mode allows you to save a graphic file via standard dialog "Save As".
In automatic mode, files are saved in the directory specified in settings. The parameters (a graphic file format, file name pattern) is also configured.

The program is useful to all those who value their time. Among them:
- Technical writers, who makes a lot of snapshots for further inclusion in the documentation.
- Testers, who describes bugs and makes the descriptions test cases.
- Bloggers that wants to create a separate graphic files from other sources.
- People who don't want to bother with any graphic editors, and want to get a picture quickly and easily.


What is missing from the authors viewpoint:

1) Recoding of all claimed formats, taking into account the depth of color (however, it isn’t necessarily needed).
2) Processing of exceptions.
3) Ability to assign hot keys.
4) Design.
5) Your evaluation and suggestions for future versions.

Last edited May 16, 2010 at 5:00 PM by serostNet, version 5