Snipaste 2.3.5 keyboard shortcuts

Snipaste 2.3.5

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
5 days ago
- Shortcuts
F1

Start snipping

(click on the tray icon) Start snipping

To complete a snip, use one of the shortcuts below:
Ctrl + C

Save to clipboard

or ⤶ Enter

(on the snipping area) Save to clipboard

Ctrl + T

Paste to screen

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + S

Quick save

↑   Shift +

(click on the Save icon) Quick save

To abort snipping, use one of these ways:
Esc

Abort snipping

(on the X button) Abort snipping

(when you're not in edit mode) Abort snipping

Clicking window of any other program will also abort snipping. This behavior can be changed in Preferences diaog.
To replay your snipping history, use:
,

Replay your snipping history

or .
⭾ Tab

Toggle between window detection and element detection

`

Show/Hide the captured mouse cursor

or !
Ctrl + A

Set the snipping area to fullscreen

R

Set the snipping area to the same as your last successful snip

,

Switch to the previous snip record

.

Switch to the next snip record

Ctrl + ← ↑ → ↓

Enlarge the snipping area by 1 pixel

↑   Shift + ← ↑ → ↓

Shrink the snipping area by 1 pixel

Ctrl + T

Paste the screenshot to the screen directly

⤶ Enter

Copy the screenshot and quit snipping

Esc

Abort snipping

Re-decide the snipping area / abort snipping

F3

Paste

(on the tray icon) Paste

1

Rotate the image clockwise by 90 degrees

2

Rotate the image counter-clockwise by 90 degrees

3

Flip the image horizontally

4

Flip the image vertically

5

Toggle grayscale conversion [PRO]

6

Toggle color inversion [PRO]

Esc

Hide the paint bar or close the image window

↑   Shift + Esc

Destroy the image window

Ctrl + W

Close the image window

Ctrl + A

Select all visible image windows

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + C

Copy the plain text (if this image is converted from text)

Ctrl + V

Replace the image with the content in the clipboard

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + P

Open the Preferences Dialog

Ctrl +

Set transparency of the image window

or Ctrl + +
or Ctrl + -

Reset the image to be 100% size and 100% opaque

↑   Shift +

(on the image window) Thumbnail mode

Ctrl + W

Close an image window

or Esc
or
Ctrl + F3

Hide / Show all image windows

↑   Shift + Esc

Destroy the image

C

Copy color value of the pixel

Alt

Show the magnifier

↑   Shift

Toggle the color formats if the magnifier is visible

C

Copy the color value if the magnifier is visible. You can then press F3 to paste it as a color card, or press Ctrl + V to paste it into other programs

W

Move the cursor by 1 pixel

or A
or S
or D
+ W

Adjust the snipping area by 1 pixel

or
+ A
or
+ S
or
+ D
← ↑ → ↓

Move the snipping area/image window by 1 pixel if not editing

Space

Show/Hide the paint bar

Ctrl + Z

Undo the last edit (can be redone later)

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + Z

Remove all edits (cannot be undone)

Ctrl + C

Copy the image

Ctrl + Y

Restore the next edit

Ctrl + S

Save the image as a file

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + S

Save the image to the Quick Save folder

Ctrl + P

Send the image to the printer

Finish editing current shape when in edit mode

Decrease/Increase the pen width when in edit mode

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or 2
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Source: Snipaste docs

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Program information

Program name: Snipaste 2.3.5 Snipaste 2.3.5 (Productivity)

Snipaste is a screenshoot taking software. It allows you to "pin" screenshot to your screen, and annotate on the images. Snipaste is available as Windows Store and Windows desktop application. It also has a macOS version.

Web page: snipaste.com

Last update: 19 May 2020

Shortcut count: 78

How easy to press shortcuts: 90%

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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