7
gomsim
31d

I recently got reminded: The new snipping tool for windows is great! But what the hell is the deal with that ruler? The vast majority of the time when I draw lines or highlight stuff on a snipped picture I want to draw straight lines. But this is only possible by clicking the ruler button, aligning the "physical" ruler that appears and then drawing the line along it. It's like someone really wanted the snipping tool to convey the feeling of sitting by your desk with pen, paper and scissors. Am I missing something?

Comments
  • 1
    Because.
  • 1
    I agree with rutee
  • 2
    @alexbrooklyn A valid opinion indeed
  • 3
    @rutee07 not jealous 🥺
  • 3
  • 2
    @rutee07 🥰 you know me to well.
  • 1
    Gotta love them man boobies
  • 0
    i have PrntScrn/Alt+PrntScrn, Win+R, "pbrush" in fucking muscle memory, i don't understand how you guys don't. It's superior as you don't have to go start or fuck with a program every time you wanna screenshot something until after it's taken, which may cause you to miss your timing in the first place, and in Paint you can do all this tool's crap anyway, but at your own pace.
  • 1
    @Parzi Exactly. I use Winkey + printscreen, and damn often too, at that (I take atleast 40 screenshots per day, no joke). I use snipping tool only when I really need a small portion of the screen and I have plenty of time on my hand. Rest of the time, I just do winkey prntscrn and crop the screenshot if I ever need to use it I the first place(Since most of my screenshots are useless, admittedly)
  • 2
    @Parzi Well, maybe I would if I often needed to take well timed screens, but currently I don't. And most of the time I don't have to mark anything, so then I just press shift+winkey+s, paste it somewhere, and I'm done.
  • 1
    Lightshot.
Add Comment