3 Snip Region Control
Snip region always show or hide along with DuckShot toolbar. Snip region is positioned and sized automatically according to its last state. This can be handy if you regularly snip the same area of your screen.
To drag move the snip region, mouse left button down at the border of snip region and drag. To fine move the region pixel by pixel, use the arrow keys on the keyboard.
To size the snip region, mouse left button down at any resize handle and drag. Dimensions of snip region is shown when mouse left button is being held down. To size the region pixel by pixel, use SHIFT + arrow keys on the keyboard.
SHIFT + Left arrow key to decrement width
SHIFT + Right arrow key to increment width
SHIFT + Up arrow key to decrement height
SHIFT + Down arrow key to increment height
You can snap the snip region to cover the entire screen, or multiple screens using the maximize button.
Snip region fully inside display 1. Press maximize button to snap snip region to cover entire display 1.
Snip region fully inside display 2. Press maximize button to snap snip region to cover entire display 2.
Snip region intersects with both displays. Press maximize button to span snip region to cover entire area of both display 1 and 2.
When snip region is maximized, Maximize button will switch to Restore button. Press the Restore button to restore snip region back to its original state. Once the snip region is restored, Restore button will switch back to Maximize button. You can use CTRL + A hotkey combinations to quickly switch between maximized and restored snip region.
The outer resize handles are used to size the canvas. The final snip region is actually defined by canvas. On-screen canvas is a handy feature to create empty spaces for annotations around snip region directly on your screen.
To size the canvas, mouse left button down at any canvas resize handle. Dimensions of canvas is shown when mouse left button is being held down.
Canvas is always larger or at least the same size as snip region. When one side of the canvas is very close to snip region, that side of canvas will snap itself to follow snip region. A snapped canvas will always sized and moved together with snip region. Any canvas side that is not snapped will be stationary.
To instantly snap canvas back to snip region, press the Snap button. Snap button will show whenever canvas is not fully snapped to snip region.
3.1 Delay Timer Capture
Delay screenshot is useful to capture images of drop down menus, context menu, or whichever operations that requires you to run through before the image is captured. You can find the delay timer options in the snip region.
Countdown is started immediately when a delay timer is selected.
Just like any other snipped images, you can post process the image before copy to clipboard or persist as a file.