As I mentioned in my post about MSN Spaces, I've got this weird habit of wanting to convert clipboard BMPs into JPGs directly, with a minimum of actual steps expended.
So, I hacked together a little applet - let's call it version 0.1 - that converts any bitmap on the clipboard to a JPG in my My Pictures folder. I like doing this kind of thing, it helps me relax.
I called the project PastePal, after considering PasteOff (say it with a Sean Connery accent, and you'll understand why. Perhaps.).
Disclaimer: Don't Ever Use This Software. It's an Alpha. It might wipe out important images, and/or your hard drive. The risk is yours.
It's all run from a notification-not-system-tray Icon.
The flow works like this:
On the cards for When I Feel Like It:
PasteOff Download Page
If you included the sources then you wouldn't have to tell us do (NOT) download it. We could see if your code called "format C:" or not.
I'm actually a little interested in the code because it makes sense for other things than just MSN Spaces.
PastePal is back, bigger, stronger and with more error handling. OK, barely more error handling. It's a fun project, not a production one, mmkay?
PastePal is a quick'n'dirty utility that saves images from the clipboard to a pre-arranged location in JPEG format, with a randomly generated filename (or one you specify), and can run a utility/script against the saved image afterwards.
Actually, I still would. Just because I didn't design it to do something doesn't mean it can't or won't :) It's my standard disclaimer.
I might post the code later, when I'm done fiddling with it.