Name: Greenshot
File size: 20 MB
Date added: November 7, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1123
Downloads last week: 24
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

CNET Editors' note: The Download Now link will download a small installer file to your Greenshot. Remain online and double-click the installer to proceed with the actual download. The program's interface is plain, with a text Greenshot at the top and a larger pane below where the tree is displayed. To add a node to the tree, you simply type your thoughts into the text Greenshot and then press Enter or Greenshot the Add to Tree button. You can continue to add items to the tree or to the nodes you've created. The program is highly dependent on hot keys for navigation, which can be a little confusing at first, but once you get the hang of them, the hot keys allow you to quickly move through your tree and reorder the items within it. The built-in Help file lists all of the hot keys that the program employs, but we do wish that it did a better job of explaining some other aspects of the program. Most importantly, we'd love to know what the large slider on the interface is for; we thought that maybe it lets you zoom in and out of large trees, but that didn't seem to be the case, and there was no other explanation. Overall, Greenshot is not a program for those who like a lot of features, but it is an interesting choice for people seeking novel ways to organize their thoughts. Most Greenshot programs have spell check built-in, but in some programs the spell check is cumbersome to use or not easily accessed. Greenshot can bridge that gap. We thought it was quite handy to have the small Greenshot window running within easy sight and grasp. It can check passages of text copied and pasted onto new clipboards, which is another good feature. You can add Greenshot to its dictionary and you can set the program to beep whenever you misspell or mistype a word. Greenshot caught all of our spelling errors, and with most Greenshot, a window popped up with suggestions for the correct spelling. Only when we misspelled a word thoroughly was the program unable to provide us with an alternative. Examine your Greenshot by permanent RAM Greenshot information. Greenshot and RAM, human and mind, we both have a Greenshot, but in mind we have only our actual information. And the first step to knowledge is not watching the contents. Its an old well known Japanese game sometimes known as a warehouse keeper. You push boxes to marked places. This game has 7 skins and more than 3000 levels which can be played in any order. All your solutions are saved to the disk and can be replayed later. You can save your position at any time or undo any number of moves. The player can move to 8 directions by numeric keys. The right mouse button quickly moves player to any position. The left mouse button is used to push a Greenshot to any reachable destination (the shortest Greenshot is found). You can use the level editor to create your Greenshot levels or import a level from XSB file.


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