Screenpresso 1.6.3

  • New shortcuts engine
  • Support for Windows 10 virtual desktops
  • Added a shortcut setting for delayed capture
  • Custom colors are now persisted
  • Added Ctrl+MouseWheel shortcut to workspace for changing thumbnails size

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http://www.screenpresso.com/docs/how_to_update_to_the_latest_version.pdf

New shortcuts engine

When another software registered a shortcut key before Screenpresso (e.g. [Print Screen] key), Screenpresso was failing because of the conflict. In this new version, we reviewed the internal engine and now Screenpresso always takes ownership of the shortcut when it is running. When it exits, it restores the shortcut to the previous owner.

Support for Windows 10 virtual desktops

When you start a capture, Screenpresso automatically detects all visible windows to allow you capturing one of them in just one click. A bug has been fixed and now Screenpresso does not detect anymore windows from other virtual desktops as currently visible.

Added a shortcut setting for delayed capture

Via settings you can now assign a system wild shortcut to start a capture that will starts only after 3 seconds of delay. Delayed capture allows capturing windows that disapear quickly (e.g. tooltips).

Custom colors are now persisted

When you set a custom color anywhere in Screenpresso (e.g. for a drawing item), it is now widely available and persisted even when you restart Screenpresso.

Added Ctrl+MouseWheel shortcut to workspace for changing thumbnails size

When you take a capture, Screenpresso automatically saves it in its workspace and a thumbnail allows to visually retrieve the capture. Now you can hold Control key and use mouse wheel to change the size of these thumbnails.

Others

  • Added shortcut ‚P‘ during capture to request an immediate print of the screenshot
  • A changed color picker shortcut during capture from ‚P‘ key to ‚O‘ key
  • Added an advanced setting to change the opacity of the outbound screen during video recording