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Screenshot Captor / Re: Grab selected region
« on: June 16, 2017, 01:16 PM »
I am having this issue(The main issue, not the capture bar one), and I am currently running only on my laptop. Version 4.21.1.

When I try to grab selected region, the screen resolution changes(kind of end up with a zoomed in effect), and I can't capture all of the available area. I have to suck it up and use the Windows Snipping Tool when I need something that is getting clipped. Ugh...  ;D

I DO usually dock my computer and use two larger monitors, but I am not currently connected.

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Perfect... Wasn't seeing the mouse pointer switching when I was trying to find it, but going a little slower made it work. Thanks for the tip(Should have been obvious). I appreciate it! :Thmbsup:

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Hi guys, sorry if this has been asked, I'm not seeing it, but that might be because I'm not looking right. What I want to do is to make the post-capture window(The editor?) only have the Thumbnail Panel and my image. I don't need all of the data at the bottom, and I only use my caps to get data off of them, so having a little more screen real estate would be great, as sometimes the numbers I want are fuzzy, but going to 100% cuts off part of the image.

Is this possible? Am I just missing the setting by calling it the wrong thing in the settings?

Also: Thank you for an awesome app!!! This thing is hands down the BEST screencap app I've ever used, paid or free!!

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