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Snap'n'Drag with Snow Leopard


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I have been having issues with Snap'n'Drag since using SL (not sure if it may have occurred a bit with Leopard as well). I can open the program, but it then just closes before being able to be useful. I have since downloaded a few other replacements for it, but I would still like to be able to use SnD. Has anyone had similar issues with this or have any ideas of how to fix it?
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Have you deleted S&D, downloaded the latest version, and reinstalled it since upgrading to Snow Leopard? If not, try that.

Why not just use /Shift/Ctrl/4 to copy and paste selected screen shots into whatever app you want? Incidentally, I use /v for the paste function. That way the whole thing is done at the keyboard without messing with menus.
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I have tried that, multiple times. I even tried (and failed for quite a while) to find an older release of SnD and run that, but I got the same result.

Also, I can't remember most of the default keyboard shortcuts built into Mac OS X. I like having versatile applications for stuff like this. It'd be great if Mac built a mini-app with a GUI into the OS. I don't go through menus for programs. I hit ctl-space to bring up QuickSilverand away I go.
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