Auto-resize canvas to prevent clipping

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Callouts are cropped when not positioned fully within the screenshot canvas. It would be better, if Snagit auto-resizes the canvas so everything fits in.

Screenshot: https://www.screencast.com/t/7QdUIPDX...
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Gunnar Bartels

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Posted 2 years ago

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Rick Stone

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Try clicking File > Editor Preferences > Editor...



Cheers... Rick :)
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Gunnar Bartels

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I am on a Mac and this option seem to be missing in SnagIt 4!?
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Rick Stone

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Stupid? Noooooo Stupid! Where see Stupid‽

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Paul

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My canvas resizes so there must be a preference setting for that but I am mobile so can't check right now
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Gunnar Bartels

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There is such setting on Windows but seems to be missing in the Mac version
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paulbarrett1952

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Ahhh...  I think you need to post an idea in the Mac Ideas thread then.  Or buy a proper PC :) :) :)    (Sorry - could not resists bad me.)
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Gunnar Bartels

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You're right. I thought, the Mac and Windows version would be identical. I will be more careful, next time.
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pjonesCET

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Knock it off the Mac is just as good or better at Graphics than a PC. In fact companies Such companies as Adobe got started on Mac first. It just companies refuse to provide equal  features. Because the compartmentalize OSes rather than selling to customers regardless of OS. Besides you can run with the a Virtual machine program such as Parallels Windows and windows programs. Cost price of Parallels, Windows and perhaps an additional Hard Drive. And the PC version of Camtasia or Snagit.  Microsoft  absolutely forbids the use of VM because they fear if Fed up PC users Tried the Mac Os they would leave in droves.  And Parallels also operates on Unix, Linux,  and other Computer OS so you can use programs from most any platform.

I don't use VM because I am generally satisfied with software available to Macs although I get teed off with missing features because Software companies biases.  The Mac Platform has been around since 1986  My first Mac was an SE/30. And counting that one I've just bought, only had three Desktops then switched to laps tops and just bought my third Laptop 3rd week.
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