SnipSnip 1.1 released!

It’s been a long time coming, but there is now a new version of SnipSnip available for download. I’ve had a half broken version with new features for the longest time, but I never got around to getting it into a releasable state. The last little while however I’ve been using it a lot more and some of the issues have really been bothering me. I decided to sit down and remove some of the stuff that obviously wasn’t going to work while also fixing some of the small errors that could be sorted out. The result is SnipSnip 1.1.

What’s new? A few things, but these are the biggest changes:

  • One can now zoom and scroll captures at will
  • Clean the background of transparent Aero windows
  • Ellipse drawing tool
  • SnipSnip now checks for updates automatically (can be disabled)
  • Flip and rotate captures

There’s also a slew of bug fixes. Check the change log for more details. Head over to the SnipSnip page to download.

One comment

  1. Hello,

    SnipSnip is n excellent capture tool- small, light, portable, customizable and free, good work, thank you.
    What I miss is a ‘Free-hand’ capture mode and full tray control when SnipSnip is minimized to system tray- right click on SnipSnip’s icon- ‘Capture All’, ‘Capture Area’, ‘Capture Window’, ‘Capture Object’, etc. I would suggest also ‘Capture Scrolling Window’ mode but I suppose this won’t be that easy to be implemented. I really hope that SnipSnip is not abandoned since it is a great program!


Leave a Reply to Asen Anastassov Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *