Snappy For Mac

A deep-red blushing Mac. Get all the good McIntosh family traits in SnappyMac®: hardiness, large, blushing red fruit and a spicy-sweet flavor perfect for eating fresh or baking. You also get a superior growth habit — more open for better air circulation and sunlight on the branches. Originates from Crown Point, New York in 2007. With Snappy you can watch all your friends stories. Send and receive Snaps. You can add filters and playful stickers to your Snaps, plus drag-and-drop any pi. The snap feature allows you to easily resize opened windows by dragging them to the edge of the screen and expanding them to be viewed in full-screen or side by side to another window. As you can probably know, Aero Snap for Mac is not available. However there are other programs that can help you resize and re-arrange windows in a similar way.

The Macintosh operating system has always made it easy to capture a screen shot. A screen shot is an image of your computer desktop or an active window. Here's a summary of all the keyboard shortcuts you can use to capture your screen in Mac OS X.

A. Entire screen:

  1. To capture the entire screen, press Command-Shift-3. The screen shot will be automatically saved as a PNG file on your desktop with the filename starting with “Picture” followed by a number, example Picture 1, Picture 2, and so on.
  2. To copy the entire screen, press Command-Control-Shift-3. The screen shot will be placed on your clipboard for you to paste into another program like PowerPoint, Word, Photoshop, etc.

B. Portion of the screen:

  1. To capture a portion of the screen, press Command-Shift-4. A cross-hair cursor will appear and you can click and drag to select the area you wish to capture. When you release the mouse button, the screen shot will be automatically saved as a PNG file on your desktop following the same naming convention as explained on the first tip above.
  2. To copy a portion of the screen to the clipboard, press Command-Control-Shift-4. A cross-hair cursor will appear and you can click and drag to select the area you wish to capture. When you release the mouse button, you can paste the screen shot to another application.

C. Specific application window:

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  1. To capture a specific application window, press and hold Command-Shift-4 then tap on the Spacebar. The cursor will change to a camera, and you can move it around the screen. As you move the cursor over an application window, the window will be highlighted. The entire window does not need to be visible for you to capture it. When you have the cursor over a window you want to capture, just click the mouse button and the screen shot will be saved as a PNG file on your desktop.
  2. To copy a specific application window, press and hold Command-Control-Shift-4 then tap on the Spacebar. The cursor will change to a camera, which you can move around the screen. As you move the cursor over an application window, the window will be highlighted. The entire window does not need to be visible for you to capture it. When you have the cursor over a window you want to capture, just click the mouse button and you can paste the screen shot into another application.

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Snappy is a compression/decompression library. It does not aim for maximumcompression, or compatibility with any other compression library; instead, itaims for very high speeds and reasonable compression. For instance, comparedto the fastest mode of zlib, Snappy is an order of magnitude faster for mostinputs, but the resulting compressed files are anywhere from 20% to 100%bigger. On a single core of a Core i7 processor in 64-bit mode, Snappycompresses at about 250 MB/sec or more and decompresses at about 500 MB/secor more.

Snappy is widely used inside Google, in everything from BigTable and MapReduceto our internal RPC systems. (Snappy has previously been referred to as “Zippy”in some presentations and the likes.)

For more information, please see the README. Benchmarks againsta few other compression libraries (zlib, LZO, LZF, FastLZ, and QuickLZ) areincluded in the source code distribution. The source code also contains aformal format specification, as wellas a specification for a framing format useful forhigher-level framing and encapsulation of Snappy data, e.g. for transportingSnappy-compressed data across HTTP in a streaming fashion. Note that the Snappydistribution currently has no code implementing the latter, but some of theports do (see below).

Snappy is written in C++, but C bindings are included, and several bindings toother languages are maintained by third parties:

  • C#: Snappy for .NET (P/Invoke wrapper),Snappy.NET (P/Invoke wrapper),Snappy.Sharp (nativereimplementation)
  • C++ MSVC packaging (plus Windows binaries,NuGet packages and command-line tool)
  • Common Lisp: Library bindings,native reimplementation
  • Erlang: esnappy,snappy-erlang-nif
  • Haxe (C++/Neko)
  • Java: JNI wrapper (including theframing format), native reimplementation,other native reimplementation (includingthe framing format)
  • Node.js (including the framingformat)
  • Python (including a command-linetool for the framing format)
  • Smalltalk (including the framing format)

Snappy is used or is available as an alternative in software such as

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  • LevelDB (which is in turn used byGoogle Chrome)
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If you know of more, do not hesitate to let us know. The easiest way to get intouch is via theSnappy discussion mailing list.