It would be nice to have the ability to have multiple tails on call outs for the Windows version. Please and thank you

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I write a lot of documentation for my company and having multiple tails on call outs would be very helpful when using SnagIT.  
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alison.west

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I too write a lot of technical documentation.  Multiple tails on call-outs would be extremely helpful.
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Paul

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Me too.
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Rick Grunwald

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Work around: Make callout #1. Leave it blank and move the rail. Duplicate it .Center it up over the first one THEN add the text to the top one. Since callout default to a filled background it might be easier to add the text to the first one and then do your duplications and centering
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Paul

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Yep.  Do that sort of thing to get round the problem.  Pain in the butt.:)
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alison.west

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I have been doing that as a work around...a real PITA!  Hence the request for the new feature.
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Rick Grunwald

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Well it was an idea. Perhaps not a GOOD idea ... 
I do it so seldom that it works for me
creating node as you use callouts or arrows ... I have seen it elsewhere and that is the kind of feature that actually enhances workflow ... which is what many of us hope they get back to
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Snagit Mac has a great way of drawing two or more call out lines/tails from a callout. Bring that to Snagit Windows!  Please & thank you. 

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I want to add my voice to the chorus of folks who would really like this feature in windows!
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Me too!  I thought I did not look carefully enough and that there must be some options to do this but it seems it works only on IOS!  We need this on Windows too!