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ScreenFloat 2

Date : 23rd February 2024

Duration: 43:10

Show ref: SCOM1337

The original version of ScreenFloat has been around for a long time and recently, version 2 was released, bringing along a host of features that cannot be ignored.  As well as focusing on capturing portions of your screen, ScreenFloat 2 is great at helping you organise all of these shots, which is incredibly useful for projects you are working on. In this video, Lee shows you the different capturing methods, how to capture as well as redact text, as well as faces! Closing and hiding active shots is a key part of the app and this is covered in detail, as well as the Shots Browser, which lets you organise your captures using Folders, Smart Folders and Tags. SCO screencast mentioned in this episode: Tip - macOS - ScreenFloat (2017)

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Tip - macOS - ScreenFloat

Date : 12th September 2017

Duration: 06:31

Show ref: SCOM0664

A very useful utility for the Mac that allows you to take a partial screen capture and have it float on top of all your windows. Great when you want to capture part of your screen for reference purposes and have it available at all times.

You can also create floating panels or Shots, as the app calls them from files and also from your clipboard.

If you have shots you refer to often (as l do) you can build a library of them in the Shots Browser and create manual or smart collections.

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ScreenFloat & DashKards

Date : 1st April 2011

Duration: 22:26

Show ref: SCOM0291

Three applications covered in this week's show

ScreenFloat - great for taking snaps (or shots) of the screen which float for easy reference

DashKards - Free "cheat sheets"accessible from your Dashboard

PhotoSync - Wirelessly sync your images and videos between your iOS devices and your Mac