This isn't good, it's been 3 weeks or so again since I posted, but I've been busy (wife horse jumping competitions, me going to Montreux Jazz Festival, work - video generation, video conferencing, voiceXML, SVG stuff).
Anyway, I came across a really simple idea today which I thought was pretty good. PanicButton
is a piece of free (OpenSource?) software which sits in a windows SystemTray, when you click on it it sends a screendump of the current desktop to a preconfigured e-mail address. The intended use if for IT support - install it on your Mums' computer for example - for all those times they tell you there was this popup but I don't remember what it said.
Funny that, I was just saying to the wife yesterday how annoying it is that most windows popups don't allow you to copy/paste it's contents, and today I stumble across a solution.
The software is a very early version so far but I hope future versions will live up to the potential of this simple tool. I can see it being used for man purposes other than "Panicking".
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