SnapperHead, a little app that sends screenshots to people who enter your IP address into a Web browser, has been updated to version 4.0 by the folks at
“Simply launch SnapperHead, then send a friend your IP address (it is shown on the SnapperHead window under ‘Snaps Served),” John Schilling of StimpSoft said. “When they type that Internet address into the location field of a Web browser, they will be sent, as an image in their browser, a picture of your screen. That’s all there is to it.”
Version 4.0 adds the ability to capture specific areas of the screen and fixes issues with menu oddness under Mac OS X 10.1. An Application Dock icon now shows server status (idle, stopped, taking Snap, uploading, current hits, full screen/area mode, etc.) The update also adds the ability to turn the window into a small, global floating window, as well as adds Contextual Menu support. Total Hits and Current Hits can now be displayed by using <totalhits> and <currenthits> tags. Finally, there’s been “major code optimization” for increased speed and stability, Schilling said.
The app is Carbonized so it runs under Mac OS 8.6 and 9.x (with the CarbonLib extensions running), as well as Mac OS X 10.1 You can
download SnapperHead 4.0
at the product Web site.