Ask your questions in forums and also provide a screencast.

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 Wording a question properly is tricky when you don't know the proper terms. Especially if the problem somewhat complex. 

 Answering a question is difficult without fully understanding the problem.

If you are experienced enough with Camtasia to upload a video demonstrating what you are attempting to do, and/or what goes wrong.
It could be a game changer for getting a Great answer.
Your question might even inspire a new feature.

I realize this is not practical for many questions. But spotting a problem that occurs right in front of you? ------------------- { A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words }.--------------------------- 
                                            
                                           { ---------A Video--------Who knows?-------}

Just a thought. Regards, Joe
 


               
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Posted 6 years ago

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Rick Stone

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I like the idea!

I also agree that a picture is worth a thousand words. And I once saw an interesting tagline that said this:

A picture is worth a thousand words and a video is worth a thousand pictures!

Cheers... Rick :)
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Joe Morgan

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That's an Awesome tagline. I can see me using it in the future.

Thanks for that! and Cheers to you as well , Joe
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Kaitlin

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I love this idea! Thank you for sharing - I hope more people will adopt the process :)
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I like that idea myself. I even suggested it a few years back as it would be an excellent feature to have in the software and would help others. Like I have always said video is sometimes better than text. Thanks.
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