Screen capture program, very easy to use. Right-click for contextual menu access. Move and size the window to the desired location, and select the "Capture" command for a region capture of the screen. Save the capture with the "Save" command.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:29
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
ImageOpen 1.4.4404 Image viewer (windows size = image size). With the contextual menu, or by double-click if ImageOpen is your image viewer by default, you can open an image (jpg, png, bmp, ico, tif ...), and you can start a slideshow in the selected folder.
Description: Screen capture program, very easy to use. Right-click for contextual menu access. Move and size the window to the desired location, and select the "Capture" command for a region capture of the screen, or the "Full Screen" command for a full capture of the screen.
Save the capture with the "Save" command; png format (by default) gives a perfect result. For precision, the "Image Size" menu displays or sets the real size (pixels) of the capture.
The "Clear" command erases the capture and enables the commands to set the size of the capture.
The "Transparent Mode" command preserves the window and the image in transparency: you can use the capture like a tracing paper.
The "Thumbnail..." command allows to save a thumbnail of the capture (with a Preview command).
Image effects (Lighten, Darken, GrayScale, Invert, Contrast, Color, RGB ...) and some special effects are available with the "Effects" menu.
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