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Description: VMN Toolbox is a lightweight application that provides you with handy utilities designed to make your life easier on the Web. The user interface is unobtrusive, neat, and intuitive.
Screen Capture Tool: Capture anything on your screen in a snap, and share it with your friends. Copy and paste image snapshots into your e-mail and documents, or save them in your computer.
Sticky Notes Tool: Place sticky notes anywhere on your desktop with a few mouse clicks. It's very simple and user-friendly. With Quick Notes, it's easy to remember important information. You'll make your life more organized.
Color Picker Tool: Use the Color Picker any time you want to capture a fancy color on your screen and use it in your applications or on your desktop. Carry your own set of colors at all times. Choose colors from a 16-color, 65,000-color or Web-safe palette. Manage your colors in RGB or Hex format.
Magnifier Tool: This incredibly useful utility allows you to see all the details of any area of the screen. It's simple and easy to use. Select your magnification at 2x, 4x, 8x, and even 10x to look at the pixel level. The magnifier is useful for graphic artists and Web designers or for anyone wishing Web pages were more readable.
Virtual Rulers:Quickly measure anything on your screen and instantly find out the pixel size. Place a vertical or horizontal ruler anywhere on the screen. The pixel rulers are very useful for Web designers and graphic artists or for anyone who needs to measure something on the screen.
Court rules ISP didn't violate law by capturing, copying e-mails JULY 02, 2004 (COMPUTERWORLD) - In an e-mail privacy case that could have broad implications for users, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the operator of a small ISP operations did not break federal law when he used special code to intercept and