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Melanie Shook wrote:
"Maybe it's been a while since Christine tried a capture
No, I worked extensively with FullShot in a previous job... in my current
job, I've been limping along with a rather shabby freeware capture program
in lieu of going through the red tape required to BUY a screen capture
I should probably just buy my own copy of FullShot and be done with it. But
I'd probably still crop my images in Photoshop. I just don't like working
with the selection rectangles in capture programs. Call me a perfectionist,
but I don't like winding up with an extra row of pixels half the time.
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