Sharpshooter is a small application which aids the management of screenshots. When you take a screenshot on Mac OS X with Command-Shift-3 (or with another variation) Sharpshooter will present a window where you can review the picture and choose what to do with it. You can either rename it from its default name to something more descriptive, move the screenshot to the Trash, or cancel the operation keeping the screenshot as it is.
Sharpshooter is a background agent application so you may want to add it as a login item to always have it running in the background. You can control Sharpshooter through the menu status item on the right side of the menu bar.
What is new in this release:
- Added support for Dark Mode on macOS 10.14 Mojave.
- Fixed a crashing issue on macOS 10.14 preventing the app from working.
What is new in version 2.4.1:
- Fixed a crashing issue on macOS 10.13 closing a file descriptor.
- Fixed a problem with the trial button on the preferences window on macOS 10.13.
What is new in version 2.3b1:
- Improved support for screenshot files being moved or deleted by another process while they are being presented in Sharpshooter. This commonly occurs when the macOS iCloud Drive syncing Desktop & Documents feature is turned on.
What is new in version 2.2b1:
- Restored key shortcuts to let you change the location when renaming a screenshot. The shortcuts are:
- Documents: Command-Shift-O
- Desktop: Command-D and Command-Shift-D
- Downloads: Command-Option-L
- Home: Command-Shift-H
- Computer: Command-Shift-C
- Applications: Command-Shift-A
- Utilities: Command-Shift-U
- Set the minimum required system version to Mac OS X 10.9.
- Uses a more modern technique for detecting screenshots.
- Fixed unhandled exceptions trying to resolve the favorite folder bookmarks.
- Various bug fixes.
What is new in version 2.1a3:
- Improvements to recognize screenshots with uncommon time stamps.
- Slightly decreased energy impact.
- Updated to the latest Sparkle updater code.
What is new in version 2.1a2: