General ScreenToss

Desktop Access
ScreenToss requires access to your Desktop to watch for new screen shots you take. If you’ve configured your Mac to save screen shots to a different f...
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Upload Services: Dropbox
ScreenToss integrates with Dropbox, an online backup service. Dropbox can upload any kind of file. The first time you attempt to upload a file o...
Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 3:39 PM
Upload Services: Imgur
ScreenToss integrates with Imgur, an online image sharing service. Imgur only supports image uploads. By default all uploads are anonymous. To l...
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General Use
Most of ScreenToss’s functionality is accessible via its icon. By default, ScreenToss will also upload screen shots taken the traditional OS X way: us...
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General Upload Settings
After a successful uploads, by default, ScreenToss will copy its public link to your clipboard and notify you via Notification Center and a sound. The...
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Enabling/Disabling ScreenToss
ScreenToss can be toggled on and off. Screen shots taken by the system when ScreenToss is disabled will not be uploaded. Option-click the ScreenToss m...
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ScreenToss uses Notification Center to play a sound and deliver a notification upon upload. To configure notifications (and/or sounds), open System Preferen...
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If ScreenToss isn’t uploading screen shots as you take them with ⇧⌘4, quit and reopen ScreenToss while holding down the option key to reselect the directory...
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Advanced: Launch at login
Checking this will add ScreenToss to your account’s login items. Login items are opened up automatically every time you are logged into your computer.
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Advanced: Global Keyboard Shortcuts
You can assign two global keyboard shortcuts to common ScreenToss tasks. Capture screen: By default, ScreenToss uploads any screen shot your take wi...
Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 3:46 PM