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New Version!

I completed version 0.4 and have uploaded both the binaries and source code.

The main new feature here is a checkbox allowing you to tick whether or not you want to overwrite any existing files. This was a problem with previous versions, there would be no warning if you already had an image in the chosen directory that was named with the same convention as your file. It would automatically overwrite. Here you must have a different prefix, or select the overwrite button. ... read more

Posted by Bryton Pilling 2011-11-16

Version 0.3.1 uploaded

As promised yesterday I have uploaded version 0.3.1

This release has new features making it much more user friendly. Check previous post for changelog. :D

As always, please give feedback, especially if you liked the program!! I would love to hear from anyone using this or finding this software helpful.


Posted by Bryton Pilling 2011-09-09

Version 0.3 almost here

I have completed version 0.3 of Screenpluck which adds two features:

1)Directory selection dialog
2)Ability to choose whether the interval is in minutes and seconds.

Also, this is compiled using Java 6. So on Macs if you have multiple Java versions installed you will need to make sure you are using the JRE 6 - anything lower and it will refuse to run Screenpluck.

To change this on macs simply search for Java - then open Java Preferences, and drag Java 6 to the top of the list. Done!! Now you can run Screenpluck with no problems.... read more

Posted by Bryton Pilling 2011-09-09

Uploaded Version 0.2

Just uploaded first public version to sourceforge: version 0.2
Currently only works on windows ( not sure why ), it is written in Java after all... kinda expected it to work on Macs too.

Let me know if you did get it working on mac though.

Also note that the code is SLIGHTLY older than the binary... just minor things. I haven't gotten round to updated the source upload yet.

Also, if you use this program please let me know!! I would love comments, feedback or suggestions ( no promises though ).

Posted by Bryton Pilling 2011-08-31

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