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Flamory provides the following integration abilities:

  • Create and use window snapshots for PCMag
  • Take and edit PCMag screenshots
  • Automatically copy selected text from PCMag and save it to Flamory history

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Screenshot editing

Flamory helps you capture and store screenshots from PCMag by pressing a single hotkey. It will be saved to a history, so you can continue doing your tasks without interruptions. Later, you can edit the screenshot: crop, resize, add labels and highlights. After that, you can paste the screenshot into any other document or e-mail message.

Application info

PC Magazine is a computer magazine published by Ziff Davis. A print edition was published from 1982 to January 2009. Publication of online editions started in late 1994 and continue to this day.HistoryThe first issue of the magazine, dated February–March 1982, was 96 pages and appeared as PC and described itself as "The Independent Guide to IBM Personal Computers". (The word Magazine was not added to the logo until the first major redesign in January 1986). PC Magazine was created by David Bunnell, Eddie Currie and Tony Gold, a co-founder of Lifeboat Associates who financed the magazine. The magazine grew beyond the capital required to publish it, and to solve this problem, Gold sold the magazine to Ziff-Davis who moved it to New York City, New York. Bunnell and his staff left to form PC World magazine.PC Magazine at first published new issues every two months, but soon moved to monthly issues. After the December 1983 issue exceeded 800 pages in size, in 1984 the magazine began publishing new issues every two weeks, with each about 400 pages in size. In January 2008 the magazine dropped back to monthly issues. Print circulation peaked at 1.2 million in the late 1990s. In November 2008 it was announced that the print edition would be discontinued as of the January 2009 issue, but the online version at pcmag.com would continue. By this time print circulation had declined to about 600,000.EditorDan Costa is the current editor-in-chief of PCMag.com, the website of the now-folded magazine. Prior to this position, Costa was executive editor under the previous editor-in-chief, Lance Ulanoff. Ulanoff held the position of editor-in-chief from July 2007 to July 2011; the last print edition of the magazine appeared in January 2009, although Ulanoff continued on with the website PCMag.com.

PCMag is also known as PC Magazine. Integration level may vary depending on the application version and other factors. Make sure that user are using recent version of PCMag. Please contact us if you have different integration experience.