Hotkeys to turn off the panoramic mode

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I use full screen mode, I want to add a Hotkeys to turn off the panoramic mode (Panoramic toolbar in Full Screen is hidden) - If I browse magazines (full screen mode) the taskbar will also disappear (when you show the taskbar the desktop is mixed with the snapshot) (The shot becomes distorted)
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You can assign a hot key to turn on the alternative mode you want and then another to turn panoramic back on. Under presets in capture screen.
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I want to set a key to Stop panoramic recording.
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O, sorry, I misunderstood you.  You want to stop it once you have started it.

Yes, it is weird in full screen mode isn't it?  The situation you describe with the task bar is also odd.

In my installation, if taskbar autohide is OFF, the taskbar never gets included in a scrolling panoramic full screen.  I have the Snagit Capture and Edit icons on the task bar, and clicking the capture icon reveals a task window which is the STOP window, and you can select it to stop the capture

If taskbar autohide is ON, the standard Windows key combo of Alt+TAB will also reveal the STOP task.

I suppose that in this situation it would be neat if the PrtScn key acted as a toggle, and switched off a running scrolling panoramic capture, then reset to invoking capture..
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It Work!
Very cool :)

Thank You.
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I choose to turn off the automatic hide of the taskbar.
But when browsing magazines in issuu.com (selecting full screen mode) the taskbar becomes hidden.
ALT + TAB was used and the experiment succeeded