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As an aside, object doesn't always capture individual buttons as somebody
mentioned. That depends on the program you are capturing from. For example,
Input|Object will capture MS Word 97 individual buttons, but it will neither
capture individual buttons in Adobe FrameMaker 6 nor in the PowerBuilder
6.5-based applications I document. SnagIT will still capture the button bar
and command buttons. I get around this by setting a fixed capture region
(24x24 pixels) to capture button bar buttons.
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
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> Subject: SnagIt question
> Earlier today, someone (sorry, don't remember who) mentioned that you
> capture buttons and toolbars using SnagIt if you chose Object as the
> I wanted to do just that, but Object is grayed out on the input list. I
> played with the other settings to see they had any effect, but they
> I have version 5.1.
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