Can snagit 2019 capture scrolling window + task bar at the same time?

  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 7 months ago
Can snagit 2019 capture scrolling window + task bar at the same time? I am trying to use a scrolling capture with the option to capture the task bar as well because for some of my work I need to capture the timestamp on my task bar as evidence per our supplier models.
Photo of vwong

vwong

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes

Posted 7 months ago

  • 1
Photo of davidlambert

davidlambert

  • 176 Posts
  • 50 Reply Likes
You should see a button at the top of the window that says 'Full Screen' and that captures the task bar as well.
Photo of vwong

vwong

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes
But with full screen it doesnt scroll or allow me to do panoramic. Is there a way to do both? I would like to have it scroll and grab the task bar. It would save me a lot of time as I doctor screen shots constantly.
Photo of davidlambert

davidlambert

  • 176 Posts
  • 50 Reply Likes
Use a 'Panoramic' capture and place the cursor in the top left corner then click and drag to the bottom right. Click the 'Start' button that appears, scroll the window then Alt-Tab and click the 'Stop' button. That what works for me. Attached is a capture of this conversation, in Edge browser zoomed to 125%, which results in a window that must be scrolled to view the entire conversation.
(Edited)
Photo of vwong

vwong

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes
@Davidlambert thank you so much, this worked perfectly and I was able to get this to work, it makes sense using the whole screen now and this will help save me a ton of time! Thank you! very happy with my upgrade, I was using Snagit 10 for years :)
Photo of davidlambert

davidlambert

  • 176 Posts
  • 50 Reply Likes
I've seen a lot of changes in the program since I started using it at Version 9.
Photo of davidlambert

davidlambert

  • 176 Posts
  • 50 Reply Likes
And for the record, the image shown is not the same as what was actually captured.
Here is a capture of the SnagIt window with the capture and I've set the image to 'Fit to screen' and as you can see the image is 30% of original. My display is 1920 X 1080 and the captured image is 1919 X 2102 pixels.

(Edited)