StickyShot, the screenshots tool for Windows, now has the ability to get the text from different window controls, and for situations where that may not be enough, it even has 2 OCR alternatives to recognize and retrieve text from images. One of them uses Tesseract to locally perform the OCR in a faster way, and the other one sends a query with the screenshot to a web API in order to get better results.
Another upgrade that comes with the new StickyShot 1.1 is the setting to define if the screenshot should go directly to a file in the desktop, directly to the clipboard, and/or to a new window (default option).
To try this new version, download the installer from here (only in english so far).
And if you prefer to get the Full version with more features and without the 5 OCR runs limit of the Free version, follow this link to make the purchase.
(screenshot of the text being retrieved from a screenshot of a banner)
You can see the tutorials for the newest version for general features, here in english, and here in spanish; for repetions, here in english, and here in spanish; and for key remappings, here in english, and here in spanish.
Now available for free for everyone, try the new tool I created. With a minimal interface, you will be able to, have several screenshots available at the same time, copy, save, hide/show, and make quick editions of any of those. Taking screenshots and moving them around as needed, you may end up feeling that you have an extra screen!
To start using StickyShot just click here (only in english so far), and run the compressed installer. Then you can take a screenshot by pressing the PrintScreen key, and selecting the area that you want. Also, you will see all the options you have, right clicking the screenshot, or right clicking the tray system icon for more general options.
If you like this tool, you can get the Full version (with many more options and even more to come), just following this link to make the purchase.
(screenshot of a screenshot of StickyShot about info)
Now with some fixes, a minor update of EasyClicks is here (please report if you find any bug to help me make EasyClicks better). Click here for the english version, or here for the spanish one.
Now with the possibility to focus a window and click on an specific control (i.e. a button), you will be able to be even more precise. Download EasyClicks here in english or here in spanish.
If you prefer the macro to be created just following your actions, now you can do that as well. After that, you can still edit it and specify whatever you need to make it more reliable. Download EasyClicks here in english or here in spanish.
With a completely new interface that’s easier to understand and use (and more colorful as well), now you’ll be able to appreciate the wonders of this program. With EasyClicks you’ll be able to do such things as quickly remap your keyboard keys, send clicks to specific parts of a window, automatically repeat actions as many times as you want, and much more. To download EasyClicks Macros in english click here, or click here to download it in spanish.
Below some examples of this new look:
Now with a clearer interface and some new options, it’s already available a new version of this useful software. Download here in english, or here in spanish.
For now it’s only in spanish, but soon they will available in english too! See the tutorials, here for the basics on how to create a macro, here some examples, and here some options… I hope you find them useful!
To try this great software just download it from one of the next links: EasyClicks (in english) or EasyClicks_es (in spanish), extract the files, and finally just open Easyclicks.exe.
Note that it comes with a little tutorial and also a help manual, so you should learn how to use it very quickly. And if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me in the about section.
As a preview of what you will find, below you can see a good EasyClicks’s snapshot:
I hope you like it!!