Include 'Close All' in all menus within SnagIt Editor

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Having the 'Close' and 'Close All' option on the 'File' menu and 'Close All' on all right-click menus within SnagIt editor, both in the editor itself and the 'Recent' tray, would be a real time saver.
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Posted 7 months ago

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As to the Recent Capture Tray......

You can right click the Library Icon and "Close All"


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davidlambert

I realize you appreciated my feedback when you thanked me further up this thread.
I'm sorry if you misunderstood.
The negative feedback in this thread wasn't coming from you {:>)

In older versions of SnagIt. You could right click an open area to the right of all recent captures.
You were restricted to placing the cursor to the right of all the captures first. So it wasn't much different really. SnagIt 12 is below.


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That still works for an open area to the right of the 'Library' icon in the 'Recent' tray, if you have any. I like the right-click on the 'Library' icon.
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I like the right- click option too. If only they would implement it on the thumbnails! LOL

And it's weird, because the other items such as Unpin Recent Captures and Thumbnail size are there as well AND these items are also on the thumbnails.

I guess we all just like to have our peeves. LOL
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And 'Unpin Recent Captures' only creates an 'Auto-hide' 'Recent' tray. Click the 'Recent' label  on the bar at the bottom of the 'Editor' pane and up pops the 'Recent' tray. Click an image and Voila!, the tray disappears again.
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Yeah, that seems to kind of work like the Windows feature of auto-hiding the taskbar. I suppose it might come in handy for folks that really need to maximize vertical editing area.