As I said, shup has a number of features which make it rather useful. Currently, every process begins by taking a screenshot, either of the active window or of the entire screen. Here’s a summary of the things you can do to initiate and customize the capture process.
- Image capture is initiated either by customizable system-wide hotkeys or via the system tray right-click menu.
- Images can be saved to disk or be uploaded to stashbox.org, or both.
- If you wish to store your files on disk, you can choose the file’s folder as well as customize the filename.
- Filename customization allows you to automatically place date/time information as well as the title of the window (or “My Desktop”, in the case of a fullscreen process) being captured.
- If you wish to store your shups on stashbox, you can define one or more tags to help you find your files later.
- Images can be previewed before being saved to disk and/or uploaded to stashbox.
- The shup image preview window supports a flood fill and paintbrush-like functions.