capturing ALL keystrokes

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why is there no option to capture ALL keystrokes? sreenflow and screenium have this option. In many application there are keyboard shortcuts which do not utilise any special key modifiers (like the command or alt) and it is essential to be able to show those in video tutorials.
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Adrian Gierakowski

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Posted 7 years ago

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Logan S.

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Hey Adrian, I'm going to merge this with a similar topic.
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Wow. I am sorry guys but this is completely BS. You are truly limiting yourself and more importantly, your software, by not having this tool of recording all keys available. I am using a trial version of Camtasia to develop tutorials for my students for a software called "Rhinoceros" which, funny enough, works with what is called "commands" which can be either full words or parts of it, for example "circle", "line", "trim" etc. It is quite disappointing that what it seemed to be an answer to my problems, unfortunately is not. Until this feature of recording every single key I hit on my keyboard along the recording of my screen is not available as it is on Wondershare Filmora software, Camtasia is of  no full use for users like me. I really encourage you to put your team together and come up with an answer and solution for a demand which is high from several users. Little to say, I cannot be purchasing or recommending this software to colleges on the architecture and design field trying to do what I am trying to do. It has passed six years since the first post was created which is incredible. Much respect and appreciation for what you do. Happy to help in any way possible.