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ScreenSnap 2.4 lets you take a snapshot of any rectangular portion of the Macintosh screen and save it in a window for later use. Once created, the snapshot can be inverted, moved, saved as a PICT file, copied to the Clipboard (and pasted into applications), printed, or just left hanging around on-screen for reference. Because ScreenSnap uses PICT format for its files, it can read the output of most drawing programs, and be used as a PICT file viewer. You can get pixel dimension information on any PICT file (width, height, and depth). ScreenSnap handles color, multiple monitors (including snapping across monitors), and multiple screensnaps. A screensnap can be dragged from any point in its window.
ScreenSnap-2-4.sit (96.16 KiB / 98.47 KB)
ScreenSnap v2.4 (1993) / compressed w/ Stuffit
Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II