ScreenFloat 1.5 (Mac OS X) | 5MB
Use ScreenFloat to keep information always visible, no matter which application you're in.
Create a screenshot of the relevant portion of your screen with ScreenFloat and it will float above all windows.
With ScreenFloat, you don't have to move or resize windows around to transfer information from one window to another.
- ScreenFloat's Features In a Nutshell -
• 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 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.
What's New in Version 1.5
- 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
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processorDownload