SnapRect in collapsed mode. Set the coordinates (Top, Left, Bottom, Right and/or Width and Height) of the rectangle to snap. The aspect ratio of the rectangle is shown and can be constrained. Click the "SnapRect" button to capture the screen rectangle to the clipboard or to file.
Click the "Set Rect" button to open the "Rect window" to facilitate the definition of the snapshot rectangle. Hover over the target icon to reveal the "Rect window". Move the window and drag the boundries of the window over the area you want to capture. Right-click or control-click the "Rect window" to capture the screen rectangle.
In collapsed mode click the small arrow in the lower right corner to expand SnapRect. In the expanded mode settings for sound notification, timer and time-laps capturing can be set. The captured image will be stored on the Clipboard (default) but can also automatically be saved to file in different file formats (png, jpeg, gif, bmp)
The Rect window color and transperancy can be changed. Click-the palette button to change color and drag the transperency slider to change the windows transperancy. The rectangle below the toolbar will show a preview. Click the "Rect window float above other window" to... do it!
Click the "Dimension preset" popupmenu to select some common image dimensions. The "Rect window" changes too the selected dimension.
Check the "Constrain aspect ratio to:" checkbox to constrain the rectangle to a fixed aspect ratio. Alter the aspect ratio in the fields or select a common aspect ratio from the "Aspect ratio preset" popupmenu. The "Rect window" changes too the selected aspect ratio and will be constrained when scaling.
Manual snapshot: To snapshot the rectangle manually right-click or ctrl+ left-click in the Rect window or click the SnapRect button or globally select SnapRect in the system menu.
Timer snapshot: Click the "Timer" button in the toolbar to start a timer. The rectangle is captured when the progressbar reaches the right side
Time-lapse snapshot: Click the "Time-lapse" button in the toolbar to start a time-laps capturing according to the settings. The progressbar shows the time-lapse progress and the text in the toolbar display capturedImages/imagesToCapture. Save to file and auto-numbering must be set.
When there is a image on the clipboard - click the Clipboard button to show the content on the clipboard.
Right-click or ctrl+ left-click in the Clipboard window to save the content to file in the selected format.
Almost all images on this page was captured using SnapRect