I've been testing PjPic, and it addresses many deficiencies of PasteOff (multi-profile!). If you like PasteOff, you might like PjPic more. Or as well!
As I mentioned in my post about MSN Spaces, I've got this weird habit of wanting to save and convert clipboard bitmaps (most often, OneNote screen clippings, which you take by right-clicking the OneNote tray icon) into JPGs or PNGs directly, with a minimum of actual effort expended.
So, I hacked together a little applet that converts any bitmap on the clipboard to a JPG, PNG, TIFF or BMP file in a configurable folder (configurable), and can optionally run a command against the saved file. You don't need to worry about naming if you don't want to.
I call the project PasteOff (say it with a Sean Connery accent).
Disclaimer: You assume any and all risks with using this software - it's unsupported, largely untested, and isn't production quality. It's software I developed for my personal use, and may not be fit for any particular purpose other than my own personal use.
Download: Latest Version (0.8) , 13KB.Net Framework 1.1 is required (get it from WindowsUpdate).
Installation: Unzip to wherever you want it. Then create your own shortcut to run it, or just run it directly. Simple, eh?
Configuration is stored in C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\PasteOff\config.bin .
It's all run from a notification-not-system-tray Icon. This will be called "the icon" to avoid me having to type "notification" a lot.
Icon with image on Clipboard: With no image on Clipboard:
The icon doesn't self-refresh, it only refreshes when you do something with it (like click it). Right-Click the icon for actions and Configuration options:
Typical usage works like this:
Don't forget to use the clipboard text (if you need to) before copying the next image to the clipboard.
On the cards for When I Feel Like It:
If there's a bracketed version number in front of the feature, it first appeared in that version.