Take annotated screenshots with Bug Shooting

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When you're trying to describe something that's happening on your computer screen, there's nothing like a screenshot to show what's really going on. Regardless of what platform you're running on, it's generally pretty easy to take that screenshot, but it's not always easy to make sure that you're getting your message across with that pretty picture.

Bug Shooting is a screen capture tool with a difference. Created for use in the software testing biz, not only does it grab what's onscreen at a given time, but it also lets you annotate that image. Now you can draw circles around what you're trying to highlight, and write messages like "what's up with that radio button?" directly on the picture. It's much easier than telling somebody to take a close look at the third option button down in the fourth groupbox on the fifth tab of a form. You get the idea.

Along with adding text and shapes, you can crop and resize images, add arrows, combine images, and more. It includes a built-in screen magnifier, so you can really see what you're talking about.

Bug Shooting runs under Windows and requires XP or Vista, along with ver. 2 of the .NET Framework.

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