Capture .NET is an integrated, multi-functional, powerful and general-purpose System, Design, File, Desktop and Develop utility. Includes many helpful tools: Capture screen, Capture color, Screen ruler, Font Manager, Windows Spy, Privacy eraser, System Tweak, Converter, BackupExpert, Device Manager, Alarm Clock, Post It, Screen Calender, Screen Reminder, Screen Pencil, File Manager(Split/Merge/Rename/Duplicate Finder), World Clock, Notifier, Memory Manager, Timer, and much more. A standalone tool that does not require installation.
Reviewing 12.7.5114 (Feb 17, 2014)
Reviewing 6.9.3629 (Dec 8, 2009)
Seems to be well coded. At least I find it quite good. I don´s see any font size problem. The containing features are mostly better than most single applications you find.
- Color picker - good
- Note It - good
- Capture - good
- Windows Spy - good (also a password revealer)
- Twaek (coudn´t test due "not implemented for 64 bit OS)
- privacy eraser - not tested but options looks like its good
- font Viewer - good
- alarm clock - not tested but looks good
- backup expert - only for mails (Outlook & Mail) or favorites feeds
So overall, especially because it is a Portable application, it made the way in my tool collection.
Reviewing 6.9.3629 (Dec 7, 2009)
Well, if you two had bothered to use his other same small powerful aps you would change your attitude. The note program is pretty much exactly like the AllMyNotes Organizer shown here only easier to use and MUCH more powerful. They both are entirely portable and both leave reg entries. The dictionary.net file is superb & imo the best of it's breed and for those two small reasons I take nothing away from capture except my respect for a dev who knows how to write code. Note does not encrypt (it passwords) & has features that the free version of allmynotes disables (or simply don't exist) and requires payment for. capture that
Reviewing 6.9.3592 (Nov 3, 2009)
Nice app, but the text is far too small to read without a magnifying glass. The author apparently believes tiny text looks cool, but in reality it just looks small. If you're over 18, don't try it without your glasses.
Reviewing 6.9.3592 (Nov 2, 2009)
Why oh why, for the love of god do people feel the need to make applications that have 36 functions in 1 application.
Write an application to do one job well
I NEVER download or use applications that are "swiss army knives" because by trying to do too many things, the quality of coding and usability and well, stability of these applications is usually atrocious
Ill give this a miss thanks
I would like to request a feature for this application
How Do I Keep A "Text Box" Visible On Screen When Scrolling? | TheDailyReviewer
Apple - Support - Discussions - Lock row one of chart ...
to paraphrase one persons concept:HTML table headers always visible at top of window when viewing a large table - Stack Overflow
I would like to be able to "tweak" an HTML table's presentation to add a single feature: when scrolling down through the page so that the table is on the screen but the header rows are off-screen, I would like the headers to remain visible at the top of the viewing area.
This would be conceptually like the "freeze panes" feature in Excel. However, an HTML page might contain several tables in it and I only would want it to happen for the table that is currently in-view, only while it is in-view.
Capture .NET already has two functions that could facilitate the functionality above for any window. Any window that has a long chart or table could benefit from an application that could capture a header and remain in front to display information relevant to the columns as one scrolls down the page.
the screenruler is able to display a row in front of a window...
and screencapture is able to capture window or screen content.
If combined and refined these features could do what many need while viewing long charts and table like the one I am frustrated with here:
5.8 Radeon R500 (X1xxx) series