When's the last time you wanted to copy something from a webpage (a section
of text for example) and paste it quickly into an email? Chances are pretty good
that it happens very often and today's Website Magazine Tool-Of-The-Day makes
doing so a snap. Snippy is a small program (just 84KB - no install) that lets
users mark out a region of the screen they want to copy, add it to their
clipboard and past it in another application. If you are working in Internet
Explorer, the URL will also be copied to the clipboard.
Users of Snippy (of which I now count myself a faithful user) can either copy
an area freehand or hold down the SHIFT key to create a rectangular area. The
color of the line and its weight (how wide it is) can be modified easily in the
settings, accessible within the taskbar.