Many of your captures might NOT be in a saved state if you have not individually saved them with a file name in a folder. Those images are sort of in a state of limbo hanging out in your data store.
HOWEVER, if you do have saved or non saved images in the Editor, you can just drag the image from the tray and attach it to an email, or put into Word, etc. Have you tried this and it doesn't work?
Also, while we cannot OPEN the file location for you, there is a details option that gives you information on where a capture is located.. just RIGHT-CLICK on the image IN THE TRAY and choose DETAILS.
If it is NOT saved yet, it says UNSAVED.
If it is saved, you get the following information:
As per your example of a saved file above you can see how difficult it is as you have to manually re type the path or manually browse to it and then you also have to find the file name. It is just so frustrating and time consuming
The path already exists, and I'm no programmer. Its seems like tapping that information wouldn't be that difficult.
Drag and drop has its uses.
It's still just a one trick pony.
I use SnagIt in full screen mode.If you work with one monitor.It seem very impractical to me.
I use Adobes Bridge quite a bit these days.
It has drag and drop.
Open file location.
Copy Paste etc. and so forth.
It has a search engine. Type in a name, file extension, etc.
It will search your entire computer, or drives or folders of your choosing.
Its fast to.
To many features to mention.
And by the way, I just dragged the image below from my clip tray to here. Something I learned today!
I didn’t think support for basic functionality would be difficult to garner.
Marilyn , if you read this. Feel free to vote this idea above. It’s just myself and Adam so far.
I run a lot of software. Many have Library’s or Content Managers.
Yet,Only SnagIt and Camtasia lack this feature.