Window Clippings

Tutorials and frequently asked questions

How to install Window Clippings

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This tutorial assumes you have an Internet connection that will allow the web installer to download the installation package. For an offline installation, or if you experience any problems with the default installer, you can download the full installer here.

 

1. Go to http://windowclippings.com and click on the download link near the top of the page.

 

2. If your browser asks you whether you want to Save or Run the downloaded file then choose Run. Window Clippings will prepare to install.

Preparing to install

 

3. Windows will ask you to confirm whether you want to install Window Clippings. Click Yes to allow the installer to complete.

Do you want to allow...

 

4. The Window Clippings installer will now complete the installation for you.

Installing Window Clippings

 

5. In a few moments the installation will complete and you will be asked to accept the license agreement.

Thanks for installing

 

6. Window Clippings is now installed and ready to use.

Ready to use

 

7. If you already have a license key then click on the About tab and enter or paste your license key into the text box. If not you can buy a license online now but feel free to give Window Clippings a try first.

Enter your license key

 

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Written by epsitec

24 November 2010 at 9:31 pm

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  1. Hi, Kenny!

    I just tried installing 3.0, but all I get is a very brief flash of the “Preparing to install” window (the first screenshot above), and then the program exits. I had 2.1 running in the system tray, but I quit out of that before installing 3.0. Anything else I should try?

    Brian

    30 November 2010 at 2:38 pm

    • The first thing to check is that you are installing Window Clippings 3 on Windows 7 or Windows Vista. For Windows XP you need to continue using Window Clippings 2.1. If you are running Windows Vista please make sure your computer is fully updated by running Windows Update. Make sure you have all the recommended updates including the “Platform Update for Windows Vista”.

      Kenny Kerr

      30 November 2010 at 2:47 pm

  2. I run Win7 64 bit. I downloaded the 3.0 version and enteredd my license number. However, when I click on the icon on the quick start area near the Start, I get the capture screen. When I go to the OPtions section and then about, I am told that I have version 2.1. How can I get the shortcut to be updated and/or how to uninstall the old version.

    Donald C. Southward

    1 December 2010 at 6:32 am

    • Version 2.1 did not include an installer. You need to close Window Clippings 2.1 and remove any shortcuts that you’ve created. Then you can download and install Window Clippings 3. If you have already installed Window Clippings 3 you should find a shortcut to it in the Start menu. You can then verify that you have the right version.

      Kenny Kerr

      1 December 2010 at 7:18 am

  3. I used version 2.1 and updated to 3.0. The license to 2.1 could be used to 3.0 version? Because i’m trying to install 3.0 and the license used in 2.1 didn’t pass in online activation.

    Caio Alexandre

    2 December 2010 at 1:08 pm

    • You need to obtain a new license key for Window Clippings 3. If you previously purchased a license for Window Clippings 2.x you should have received a complimentary license for Window Clippings 3. These licenses were mailed out a few days ago. If you haven’t received your new license key just let me know.

      Kenny Kerr

      2 December 2010 at 1:15 pm

      • I did not get, what should I do?

        Caio Alexandre

        2 December 2010 at 1:22 pm

      • Just contact me (kenny@kennykerr.ca) and provide any information you have about your original license. You might have changed email addresses but I can check once you send me an email with your details.

        Kenny Kerr

        2 December 2010 at 1:24 pm

  4. How do I get automatic File Naming to work? I have specified —() but am prompted to enter/type a filename every time.

    John Mitchell

    26 December 2010 at 11:07 pm

    • Make sure that the “Save to disk” action is set to “Automatically save in this folder”. Then you can define the file naming scheme on the “File Naming” tab.

      Kenny Kerr

      27 December 2010 at 7:24 am

  5. How many activations do we get? I’ve activated mine maybe three times and now it’s telling me I can’t use it anymore. So, if we format our hard drives a couple time, out of choice or necessity, we invalidate our license keys?

    Tom

    22 August 2012 at 7:27 pm

    • Simply e-mail us (info@…) with the license key and, if possible, the e-mail address you used when you purchased Window Clippings in the first place. We will reset your activation count on demand.

      epsitec

      23 August 2012 at 12:45 am


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