Web bookmark Manager
Flamory is a free-for-personal-use analysis tool makes it possible for recording and looking web pages and local files. This starts with a simple screenshot function. When you’re watching an appealing site or document, press Ctrl+Alt+A to just take a screenshot, and it also’s conserved in your area.
Open up the viewer later on and you’re capable search captures and annotate these with a pen, shapes, pointers or text captions.
This might ben’t about images. Flamory also saves the text content for the file or web page, and a search tool enables finding any picture by terms from its content.
When you’ve discovered what you need, you are able to change from the screenshot to the full document view with a click. As an alternative, double-clicking any web site capture launches the website inside default internet browser, at proper invest the origin document (when your capture ended up being from somewhere at the bottom of a long web site, for instance, that needs to be in which you go).
There’s some integration with Bing and Chrome. When you operate a Bing search, Flamory can optionally search your snapshots (this is certainly deterred automatically). If there’s a match, a thin blue strip seems in the right of this display screen, and right-clicking this shows any outcomes.
A plus "sticky records" function permits annotating pages with some simple text records. Press Win+Shift+A to fully capture, enter a sentence or two, and you’re done. When you revisit that page, the notes are shown in a popup, and they’re additionally visible in the primary snapshot library.
That library is normally exhibited as a long number, without any company, no chance to manually label snapshots or move all of them to folders. There clearly was a Topic system which instantly shows related captures whenever you strike the Topic switch, which is smarter than we expected, but we’d like some handbook filing choices also.
We found some inconsistencies aided by the program, also. Gluey notes worked mainly, but not always; Flamory captures regular applications and browsers, but couldn’t always relaunch them later.