Snap is a freeware software performing screenshots. Screenshots are saved as .bmp files on the expansion card.. Palm OS 5 is required.
The main configuration screen of Snap is used to configure the filename prefix, and the hard key of the palm triggering a screenshot.
***** [May 25, 2008] by Louie G
If this type of program seems a little too difficult to use, then QuickTake is available at a reasonable price at www.toysoft.ca/. It can take the screenshot directly in jpeg format, is extremely easy to use, and will automatically send your screenshots to all your photo programs.
***** [Nov 12, 2006] by Richard
Great software. Does exactly as it says. Works amazingly on my Treo 650! Thanks!
***** [Oct 31, 2006] by Louie G
I recently purchased a Tapwave Zodiac for $90, a great bargain. Snap captures the full 480 x 320 image whereas ScreenDumpDA, from what I've seen so far, will only pick up a 320 x 320 image, cutting off 1/3 of the image.
***** [Aug 20, 2006] by Louie G
I just wanted to say thank you to Christophe for adding to the readme file my method of viewing and converting the bmp images to jpg. Snap is especially useful as ScreenDumpDA cannot be used with apps that don't allow the command bar method like: Uninstall Manager, Freegrid, and PocketChess. And Snap, though slower for single screen shots, is faster for multiple or sequential screen shots.
***** [Jun 12, 2006] by Louie G
I downloaded this app about a week ago and so am still learning. I tried opening the images with several utilities but only had good luck with Resco Explorer. Each image saved uses 300 kb. I then took the images and copied them (using the 'open with' command) to Media (on my Zire 72 where they reside with my other pictures and videos) and in the process they were converted to jpeg images and are only taking up from 20 to 42 kbs each, depending on the image. In order to get them that small though, they had to be copied to the internal memory (of Media) first, and then I could put them on the card, why I'm not sure. So far I've only "Snapped" a few images such as chess board positions, a photo downloaded from my PC, preference screen setups, and apps that I'm thinking about keeping or don't want to forget what they are. Ex. the original photo in Media took up 78 kbs. I snapped it (at 300 kbs) and then put it back in Media. It now only takes up 20 kbs. It would seem
***** [Jul 20, 2005] by Alister Roberts
Works perfectly on my Tungsten C. Couldn't ask for more!
**** [Mar 18, 2005] by TxDot
Works OK on Treo 650 but I would like to see better suport for the Treo 5way button.
* [Mar 12, 2005] by Mark Cathcart
Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work on the Treo 650
***** [Sep 18, 2004] by Livy Lee
Well done, best alternative of other screenshot's sharewares. Working very well in my T3, and it is only 11KB! Thanks to the developer.
***** [Aug 22, 2004] by krzycho
It's very good program and it works with garmin ique3600 without any problems. pl:Jest to bardzo dobry program i pracuje z garmin ique3600 bez zadnych problemów.
***** [Jul 4, 2004] by Pankaj
Excellent freeware. Works on my Treo 600 if I use the "Tungsten 5 way up button "as activator. Thanks.
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