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iScreenshot is an AppleScript that gives you the option of taking a Screenshot of a window or a selected area.

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Version 1.4: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.


Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later

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artie505 Member IconReview+88

5 stars to offset Neploleppard's undocumented and, therefore, unwarranted 1 star.

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Version 1.4
Neploleppard Member IconReview+23

Ahhh, yet another developer trying to get their name and website out there.

Apple already created this, you're lucky Steve Jobs isn't suing you.

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Version 1.4

That doesn't call for a 1 star review.

Ean Member IconComment+223

Completely lame.

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Version 1.3
Homeworld Member IconComment+72

"Modified the code to improve the application."

Well, yeah... but please try to be more vague next time.

Seriously, what's the point? The OS has had this capability since... I can't even remember how long. That's how long it's been.

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Version 1.2
Morjovy Member IconComment+6

i will never understand developers who make "just another" program which mac os already has built-in...

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Version 1.0
ZZamboni Member IconComment+23

In addition to what IanWeir wrote, there's the included Grab.app (in /Applications/Utilities/) for grabbing screenshots of portions/whole screen, timed screenshots, etc.

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Version 1.0
IanWeir Member IconComment+19

This functionality is already built in, from Tiger-onwards for sure, and I'm pretty sure quite some time before that.
Just press command-shift-4 to get the crosshairs (for a selection), and if you would like to take a screenshot of a window, press the spacebar at this point and the cursor will turn into a camera and you can take screenshots of windows.

If you add control to the previous key combination, it will put the screenshot in your clipboard instead of on the desktop.

You can also use command-shift-3 and command-control-shift-3 to take normal screenshots & put them into the clipboard, respectively.

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Version 1.0
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Current Version (1.x)


Downloads 3,314
Version Downloads 690
License Free
Date 17 Jul 2011
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free