How do I delete all of my 8,900 images on my Mac? I'm using SnagIt 2020.

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How do I delete all of my 8,900 images on my Mac?  I'm using SnagIt 2020.  It's ridiculous that there's no option in the Menu
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chris.balzaretti

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Barry

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What about deleting everything in Documents / Snagit / Autosaved Captures
Unless you have chosen to store elsewhere.
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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If you want to do it from the Library, you can always select all and then delete. Right now you have to click the first item and then scroll down and shift click the last item, but command A to select all should be coming soon.
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Tony Coty

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I wish we had a choice to auto save or not auto save. TechSmith is determined to decide for us what we NEED to do instead of letting us decide what WE NEED!!! This subject has been discussed in previous forums and nothing has been done about it. It's time to consider what the user might want to choose rather than what the developers think we NEED!!!
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chris.balzaretti

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Agreed.
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chris.balzaretti

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The library option doesn't work.  When I try to delete more than 1 image at a time by dragging my mouse and holding "Control" button down it doesn't work.  And I can't find "Documents" to start the process on our other suggestion either.  
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Tony Coty

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Documents is on the left side of the Finder panel!


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chris.balzaretti

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Disregard.  I found the "Documents" folder on my MAC and all the SnagIt images under "AutoCapture" folder.   Thank you! 
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Gary Coyne

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On the Mac you can Command-click on non-sequential items to select them then delete them.
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SactoBob

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Will you also be implementing drag selection? Such a standard Finder item should be inside Snagit's library. A no brainer. I didn't realize that Command A didn't work as I have never had occasion to want to delete all files.
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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Hi,

Drag selection should already work in the library.