crop covers handle! Reported 2 years agos it seems

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Yes. It is crazy you cannot select the bottom crop handle! When will this be fixed in 2018 version?

It looks like it was reported 2 years ago.

If you are not going to fix it what is the work around?
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More information please.

I can select mine like any of the others in v2019.

What version are you using?

Can you supply a screenshot?

I cannot reproduce whatever you’re talking about.


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I'm not sure what your issue is. I just opened an image in Version 2019, selected 'Crop' and all eight handles are there, one on each side and one on each corner. Do you need to resize the image in the SnagIt Editor window so you can see all of it? Perhaps you need to scroll the editor window to see the bottom handle.
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I sent a screen on shot in to support. Remember Wndows 10 can increase the screen by 200% percent , perhaps that is the problem. Test on different windows settings. The dialog should either be moveable or be in a different place.
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What happens if you zoom in or zoom out (several times if necessary)

Or grab the cropped part and move it up or down, etc.

Try different stuff with combinations, etc.

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Try 'Ctrl + minus' once or twice to shrink the image, crop as necessary and then restore image size with 'Ctrl + plus' key as many times as you shrank it using 'Ctrl + minus.'
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@davidlambert
That’s what I meant by zoom in ctrl + or zoom out ctrl -.





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@accounts

I would check the screen scaling setting in Windows.  Set it 100% if it's not there.

As others have also mentioned you could as a possible workaround zoom out to make the image canvas smaller.

The easiest way to do that is with the mouse wheel if you have one. With your cursor hovering the canvas/workspace hold the CTRL key and use the mouse wheel to zoom in/out.

Dubie
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