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Salvete!  I am requesting a feature to be able to capture the mouse cursor during a "Grab Region" procedure.

Preliminary Notes:
  • There is already a mouse delay feature, and the user is able to set a custom delay time.
  • The standard capture delay happens *before* a capture.
  • Using this delay time is of little or no value for a "Grab Region" procedure, since it only causes the user to have to wait before he can select the region - what good is that?
  • There is no convenient way to capture the mouse during a "Grab Region" procedure, without some combination tricks.  (See https://www.donation...ndex.php?topic=29580)

 However, the delay feature may become useful for "Grab Region" if it affected the grab *after* the user selects a region.  Then the user would have time to move the mouse back into the region for it to be captured.  Now, I think the "region selection box" should be visible during the time of delay, that way the user doesn't have to guess where to put his mouse.  Then, of course, the box goes away at the end of the delay and the capture is made.

I am proposing these changes:
  • Change the way "Use Delay" works ONLY for "Grab Region".
  • Move the delay for "Grab Region" to *after* the user draws the selection box.
  • Leave the selection box visible until the delay ends.
  • Leave the "Capture Cursor" option just the way it is.

Thanks for your attention!

-BGM

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Screenshot Captor / SC doesn't capture cursor on web pages
« on: January 12, 2012, 10:44 AM »
Salvete!  I use SC to capture portions of my sharepoint site, and then I send the images in email via thunderbird in order to show people how to do things (I am admin).  My problem is that SC won't capture the mouse cursor inside of any web page.  It will capture any open menu, highlighted menu item, or anything else - just no mouse cursor!  And I need it to capture that.  Is there a setting I have missed?  I can capture the mouse cursor in all other programs - just not Firefox.

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Screenshot Captor / Keep Image and Show not working right
« on: October 25, 2011, 07:51 PM »
Salvete!  Okay, I push shift+printscreen to capture the current window (dual monitor), and when the popup dialogue comes up, I push "Keep Image and Show".  So the SC Editor appears.  The image I just took appears there for just a moment, then it changes to the last screenshot image.  In the image panel I scroll to the bottom to find the one I just took and it is not there.  In fact, it isn't even in the capture folder.  I always update SC, and I have had this problem for a long time.  Now, if I were to choose "Image to Clipboard", it goes onto the clipboard no problem.  "Keep Image and Hide" works too.  But "Keep Image and Show" does not save the image at all.  Since it doesn't save the image, I think that is why it defaults to the last image it saves.

Thus, "Keep Image and Show" does not "keep" the image. 

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Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Double Clipboard Hotkey
« on: November 12, 2010, 12:06 PM »
Hello, y'all!  I thought of a quickie (for y'all, at least).  I want to push win+c, win+x, and win-v to copy, cut and paste but to an alternate clipboard.  That way I can quickly clip out two things(whether it be bitmaps, text, or dataobjects) and paste them just as quickly.  Other users might like different global hotkeys, but I want win+.  If nobody makes this, I am going to figure out how to do it - but it will take me longer.  Thanks for reading my poor note.  -Brother Gabriel-Marie

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