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fastest way to print screen and post in a free image host

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hello

I often go through this procedure and I want it as much as automated as it can be

choose area of the screen with the rectangular

autopost it to a free image host service

any ideas? is there a program that can do it?

thanks

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Is there an image hoster that you prefer? I'd venture to guess that some of the major ones have had custom submission tools created for them.

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thanks

I dont have a specific image hoster that I prefer

I just tried imageshack's quickshot, but it doesnt allow to capture rectangular selection of the screen

any ideas?

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I either use Print Screen or Xnview to take Screenshot

& then crop with Xnview & then use Image shack

but yes its long winded!

There must be a quicker method.

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Get Window Clippings and let it run in the tray. Press 'PrtScn' and double click on a window and it will automatically save a PNG of just that window. That will save you from copying, pasting, cropping, and saving. It will also clear the window background and if your using Vista supports Aero. The freeware version will work:

http://www.windowclippings.com

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I would like an imageshack quick method on this too :)

I use google.com/ig and have a widget for uploading the image to imageshack, but I still have to go through the steps of gathering the image's local path and use my web browser.

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