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    Screen Snipping and Doodling Tool
    Hello All,

    I'm new to the forum, but not to the Apple world. I'm hoping to get more involved in Dev and the Mac world.

    Anyway, the question I have.

    There is a Windows Application that you can click a button, it will capture your screen and you can instantly draw on the screen with pressure sensitive pen tool, from there then you can save the whole screen shot. (Use Snipping Tool to capture screen shots)

    It is a giant convenience rather than saving the screenshot and opening a new application and save it, basically I just want to skip a step.

    This is also a deal breaker for a business partner of mine.

    Thank you,

    Dup3

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    +1 for Skitch. I use this to post images in forums such as this and when you have done what you want with the image, you dont need to 'save' it as such, just use the drag me feature and drop it where ever you like.
    There is also the Pro paid version but not to sure of all the extra features.
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    Oh man I think that this is definitely just the thing I was looking for! Thank you sooo much!!

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    Sure thing

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    It's already been said, but Skitch hands down is the only option. Sure there are other apps like it, but Skitch is the best.
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    I've been using skitch since the first beta, reckon I should go ahead and give them some cash. I know my image library is at least double what comes with the free version now.
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    They have a version on the MAS that isn't quite the Pro feature set with it's yearly cost, but its pretty close.
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    Since I use it extensively and definitely have way more than the 300 pics that the free and the $10 version are suppose to support, I tried to give 'em my $20 for the Pro version.

    Only they wouldn't let me give 'em any money without me first supplying my address and phone #. Sorry skitch, but you can't have either one of them, so I guess I just keep going like I am.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
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