This is a generalization, but it’s usually really obvious from the context when someone is using the terms to be an “edgy” special snowflake (“I’m a insane artist and yaoi fangirl! lolol) as opposed to someone who actually using it in a literal manner. The former is a hallmark of a newbie artist who feels the need to make themselves seem unique. Which is ironic, because the vast majority of them do it. (I know because I used to do it myself, when I was much younger and more ignorant. Urrgh.)
Isn't ignoring "“crazy” or “insane” in a username/about section" problematic? There are plenty of NNT people who don't feel comfortable disclosing their particular flavour of neurodiversity in such a general way (due to varying levels of stigmatisation/glamorization, fear of attracting negative attention, not wanting to scare people off, etc.), but want to give some indication of that status in a way that may seem flippant/vernacular. May be overly concious here, feel free to ignore if irreleva
Re: screengrabbing on Windows; as of Windows 7, there's a program called 'Snipping Tool' that allows you to drag a box over the area you want to save and edit it.
good to know! =)