Licence: Commercial with demo
Version 1.5.11 | Release Date: 2014-04-11 | Download

What's New in Version 1.5.11

This update comes with the following small improvements...:
- Shots can now be hidden individually
- Filenames are now appended with the Shot's creation date when dragged out so they don't replace shots with the same name (thank you, Günter)

...and squashes the following ghastly bugs:
- Fixed a bug where disabled system shortcuts were unavailable
- Fixed a bug with localizations - German now works again
- Removed some legacy code
- Fixed a crash when retrying to upload to ImageShack
- Fixed a bug where, when a shot was hidden and quickly shown again, it would vanish (also happened when dragging)
- 1.5.11: Fixes a bug in the german localization that would cause the Shots Browser to not be shown
- Known issue: sometimes, when closing a shot, it doesn't show up in the Shots Browser until a restart of ScreenFloat. I'm still looking into it.

Thank you for using ScreenFloat!
If you have a minute, please consider leaving a review on the Mac App Store - you would make my day.
Thank you :)
- Matt

Version 1.5 | Release Date: 2013-10-18 | Download

What's New in Version 1.5

New Features:
- 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

Bug Fixes:
- 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

Version 1.4.2 | Release Date: 2013-09-26 | Download

What's New in Version 1.4.2

- Compatibility with OS X 10.9
- Minor improvements and fixes

Version 1.4.1 | Release Date: 2013-06-26 | Download

What's New in Version 1.4.1

New Features and Improvements:
- Tags are now auto-completed
- If option-shift is pressed while dragging the small image icon of a floating shot, the floating shot will be deleted when the drag ends
- Doesn't trigger the dedicated graphics card anymore on systems with an integrated and dedicated card
- Now remembers if Shots Browser was in fullscreen mode or not over restarts
- Removed unnecessary writes to disk
- Command-C now works in the Shots Browser

Bug fixes:
- Fixed blurred text on retina displays
- A bug was fixed with Smart Collections that had more than one tag as a criterium

Version 1.3.1 | Release Date: 2012-08-11 | Download

What's New in Version 1.3.1

- Compatibility with OS X Mountain Lion
- Deleting from smart collections is now possible with the backspace key (as well as via the "Advanced" button in the Shots Browser)
- Fixed the scrolling-direction on OS X Snow Leopard to adjust a floating shot's alpha value as well as on OS X Lion if natural scrolling was deactivated
- Fixed a bug where when scrolling up a lot to make a shot less transparent, it would take long to get it transparent again
- Fixed a bug where closing the Shots Browser was taking a long time with many shots
- Now is only accessible through the menu bar item
- Can be added to login items via preferences

Version 1.3 | Release Date: 2012-05-24 | Download

What's New in Version 1.3

New Features:
- The transparency of a floating shot can now be changed by scrolling up or down inside it
- Shots can be copied to your pasteboard by double-clicking onto them (if you specify this action in the preferences)

- Shots can now be deleted from ScreenFloat from within collections via the Action menu

Bug fixes:
- Fixed a bug where, when dragging shots out of the Shots Browser, the shot was removed from ScreenFloat's library and thus was lost
- Fixed a rare crash when removing categories

Version 1.2.1 | Release Date: 2011-09-13 | Download

What's New in Version 1.2.1

- Fixed a bug where sending multiple shots created within the same app to an app with a double-click would result in only one of these shots being set to that app multiple times
- Fixed a bug in the german version where preferences wouldn't show
- Several very minor bug fixes

Version 1.2 | Release Date: 2011-08-16 | Download

What's New in Version 1.2

Improved support for OS X Lion:
- ScreenFloat is now sandboxed, so it restricts access to everything except files you want to open with the app
- The shots browser now supports full screen mode
- Improved support for inertial scrolling throughout the app
- Changing the use of the Dock icon doesn't require a relaunch anymore

New features and improvements:
- The images of floating shots can now be dragged to other applications directly from within floating shots
- Floating shots can now be saved to a location in Finder directly from the shots' context menu
- Double click onto a floating shot to directly open it with an application you can specify in ScreenFloat's preferences
- Now supports the Sudden Termination feature introduced in Mac OS X Snow Leopard
- Made floating shots' window level less obtrusive: menus are now above every shot
- In the shots browser, more than one shot can be copied at a time
- Your default mail client is now available in the applications list of the "Send to…" menu

Bug fixes and small improvements:
- switched to Grand Central Dispatch for all background operations
- replaced deprecated APIs with modern ones
- fixed handling of entering / exiting floating shots with the mouse
- improved positioning of closing / advanced widget of floating shots
- fixed a bug where position of floating shot after a relaunch was wrong
- fixed a rare crash
- changed some descriptions to better represent what interface objects do
- removed "Hide Shot" context menu item since it was unclear how to get it to show again
- selected shots in the shots browser can now be opened by hitting space or enter on your keyboard
- fixed a bug where under certain keyboard layouts shortcuts couldn't be modified
- when you send a shot to another app, a copy of that shot is now used, respecting the file format you specified in ScreenFloat's preferences
- Floating shots now have a minimum size of 64x64 pixels. Smaller shots are still possible, but have a calculated background color
- The built-in Crash reporter now sends crash logs in plain text so they can be sent in your default mail client instead of only

Version 1.1.1 | Release Date: 2011-04-21 | Download

Bug Fixes:
- Fixed empty crash report emails
- Fixed glitch in preferences where ScreenFloat would switch between background and foreground application

Version 1.1 | Release Date: 2011-03-31 | Download

What's New in Version 1.1

New Features:
- Different file formats for export can be set in preferences
- Create shots from contents of the clipboard
- Copy content of of shots to the clipboard
- Create shots by dragging image files onto the shots browser

Bug Fixes:
- Umlauts will be displayed correctly when using ScreenFloats system service to create shots from text
- Fixed a bug where shots sometimes couldn't be "sent to" other apps
- Shots can not be seen anymore if screensaver is active
- Cleaned up "Send To" app menu

Version 1.0 | Release Date: 2011-03-14 | Download
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