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Christine Leisgen <Christine -dot- Leisgen -at- gmgcolor -dot- com> wrote:
> I recommend to buy Capture and Analyzer as well. The possibilities to translate screenshot captions and to use variables on screenshots are excellent. (I started with Snagit, but switched to Capture recently.)
I use Flare (only for WebHelp). Don't have Analyzer or Capture. Do
have a pre-historic copy of SnagIt that gets a lot of use for
screen-caps output as PNG and JPG. No other uses currently, but I
really should come out of the Dark Ages.
To your mind, what are the primary selling points favoring Capture over SnagIt?
Anyone else who has used both in the trenches, please respond as well.
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