I still think that adding those features to a simple QT MX application would be the best route for us. That way we wouldn't have some other program dragging in a lot of outside dependencies.
Steve (blithely heaping work onto the actual coders)
For example, I was just using the Qt 4 Hotshots screenshot maker and markup program for a HOWTO, which would add maybe 1 MB to an ISO, but has a lot of annotation and graphic functions which I barely touched. Qt programs don't drag in a lot of outside stuff, as opposed to something like the GNOME-based Shutter screenshot app.
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