GrabMac
GrabMac
2.2

4.8

GrabMac free download for Mac

GrabMac2.2

02 April 2006

Screenshot utility with timer function.

Overview

GrabMac is a powerful and flexible screenshot utility. Equipped with a timer, GrabMac can take multiple screenshots in user-set time intervals after a custom countdown. The user can choose between various file formats and customize the dimensions as well as the destination of the screenshots to a virtually unlimited degree.

What's new in GrabMac

Version 2.2:
  • Added option to save screenshots to the clipboard
  • Fixed some interface bugs
  • Improved "Bug report" form

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9 Reviews of GrabMac

Doug-Engelbart
20 September 2010
Version: 2.2

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Download Link dead. Developer Link dead. Can somebody please re-upload it? Or do other mirrors exist?
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Doug-Engelbart
20 September 2010
Version: 2.2
Download Link dead. Developer Link dead. Can somebody please re-upload it? Or do other mirrors exist?
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Tool Force Software
16 April 2007
Version: 2.2
I took 10 pictures but in 5 images of 10 had there was the half of the GrabMac displayed. Graphic error. I'm sorry, but this is not what I expect for a 5 Star application ! Have a look at this picture: http://www.tool-forceSW.com/Screenshot3.png Best Regards, Tobias Jordan
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5
Darth-Brooks
03 April 2006
Version: 2.2
I can't imagine using this or any other third-party screenshot utility except to take a picture of a screensaver, which cannot be done without a timer function. GrabMac does this brilliantly.
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07 August 2005
Version: 2.1
built into the Mac OS: To take a picture of the whole screen, press Command-Shift-3. To take a picture of part of the screen, press Command-Shift-4, then drag to select the area you want in the picture. To take a picture of a window, the menu bar, the Dock, or other area, press Command-Shift-4, then press the Space bar. Move the pointer over the area you want so that it's highlighted, then click. If you decide you want to drag to select the area, press the Space bar again. If you press Command-Shift-4 and decide you don't want to take the screen shot, press the Escape key. Screen shots are saved as files on the desktop. If you want to put the screen shot in the Clipboard, rather than create a file, hold down the Control key when you press the other keys. You can then paste the picture into a document.
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4.25
Anonymous
05 June 2005
Version: 2.0
It does not crash on my system (Quicksilver PowerMac G4 933 MHZ 1 Gig RAM) after denying it access to an outbound connection. I think this is the best app yet from Digital Calamity. I remember when these guys were still Underground-only. Very nice work here, Freak. I like how in the Dimensions area that you made it very easy of exactly what to capture. This will come in handy. And the GUI is fine. If EVERYONE were so unwilling to learn new ways of doing things (though, this app isn't anything remarkably different than anything on the OS X platform) then we would never advance in technology. close-mindedness hurts technology. Why do you think Windows sucks so bad?
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Anonymous
05 June 2005
Version: 2.0
After a try-out of GrabMac 2.0 and FreeSnap 1.0a11, I find them both to have a rather un-Mac-ish GUI. For me that equals "will never use this app." Perhaps they are more sophisticated than the lite (=free) version of SnapNDrag 1.61. But, I can't waste time learning yet another person's idea of UI. Leave that frustration to users of Windows software. Check out the interface for SnapNDrag -- it's "obvious" to any Mac user. Not much learning needed. Ain't that what Mac OSX GUI is all about?
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Anonymous
04 June 2005
Version: 2.0
When starting GrabMac, the FIRST thing GrabMac does is try to open a connection with 66.49.218.6. After denying a connection, GrabMac quits. This is completely unacceptable.
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Anonymous
04 June 2005
Version: 2.0
Perhaps I am paranoid, but do the preferences of this app bear a resemblance to FreeSnap, my own screen capture program?
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5
Anonymous
03 June 2005
Version: 2.0
I Tested it with DVD Player running. Works really great! Congratulations!
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4.8

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
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