Normally with an image map situation, you have image map regions that do the linking. And that all happens inside an HTML page.
Cheers... Rick :)
The original suggestion was for Mac and/or Windows operating systems on a laptop. There could be a wider usage than this but I'm not aware. Are you suggesting that in order to get a screen capture to link to another screen capture that an image map is needed? What I'm hoping to get with this posted idea is a large following to support linking captures with whatever means TechSmith deems appropriate.
Just to be clear, you are suggesting that you want to capture an image, save it, then without being in SnagIt, have the image clickable to link to a destination. Perhaps after uploading to facebook, or twitter or wherever we can upload images.
Have I interpreted that correctly?
Or are you meaning that right inside the SnagIt editor, you want to click the image to go somewhere?
Cheers... Rick :)
Could be both as long as hypertext link is available. Test the link in the SnagIt Editor before being able to use it live when viewing the image somewhere else. After capturing and editing an image in SnagIt, using SnagIt Editor, add the hyperlink to an object, save it to a file. In this file, on the saved image, there are several objects depicting user selectable options. For each of these options there is a separate file containing a captured and edited SnagIt screen image. What I'd like SnagIt Editor to provide is a way to link the options to there respective captured image contained in separate files. Like a hypertext link. So in SnagIt Editor user assigns the hypertext link to the respective file. When viewing the captured image, should be able to click on option to bring up other file. Viewing may or may not be inside SnagIt Editor. HINT: it could be a special object within SnagIt that allows hypertext linking.