Well, OK, outright it looks very packed with options and... it is. However, you'll see that when you click on say "destinations" it gives a fairly obvious list of destinations, sites, folders, etc... so each tab has sub tabs that all have to do with the main tab making understanding it very easy.
For basic capture to "File" the main is very easy to set up, you just choose the drop down menus, select location and that's it.
After knowing how many times I've taken screen shots, go to image hosting sites, blah blah blah, now I can do it all from one application. I still like PicPick however so now I'm not sure which to keep.
The one feature that I like the most is likely the most simple, a pop up box from the task bar, allowing me to click on the balloon and open the image, no searching or anything. I can't fault this program in any way.
I have seen other state you can capture text with this. I do have text capture apps but was really wondering "as I'm typing this" how to capture text with it. I couldn't find it in documentation anywhere so perhaps it not a text capture after all as some state. Either way, it's great and now I have to battle between keeping this one or PicPick :-(
The program has far too many features. It may serve some people well, but I cannot imagine needing all the added features. It seems the author lost sight of the original concept of Screen Capture and took it to extremes. The program could be broken into three, or four smaller programs aimed at a specific need and kept simple. Just cluttered to the point of being confusing.
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