Capture Your Screen with Skitch


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Kathy Gill was a Gnomedex attendee this past August. During open share time, she decided to show off her favorite OS X application, Skitch. Kathy says that if you’re a Mac person and not already using Skitch, you need to get it faster than immediately. Skitch is a fabulous screen-capturing software that works flawlessly, every time.

I might note that you can also sign up for the Skitch web service. It works hand in hand with the Skitch application to give you 1-click
uploading of images for fast and fun image sharing.

There are any number of things you can do with Skitch, including taking a screenshot on a website or instant message, iSight snap pictures of yourself, tap into your iPhoto library and even re-open images in your Skitch history.

Using the website, you can add annotations or text, scribble something onto your screen capture, resize or crop the image by just dragging a rocner, and then just drag the file to wherever you want it to reside. You don’t have to actually save anything – it’s automagic

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