Need to take scroll captures with 105200+px

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Is there any way to change the max height resolution passed the 105200px that it caps at? Any config changes that will allow me to get passed this? Or maybe a preferences menu that I'm unaware of?
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I wouldn't think so, The SnagIt canvas area maxes out at 25,000 pixels. So you can't edit it and break it into bite sized pieces.
Images slow to a crawl at 25,000 on my computer. "In SnagIt that is" And my computer is no slouch.

I'm a little surprised you can capture such a long scrolling area to be honest. It must be a pain to share and view like that.
Or am I mistaken?

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Not at all, my computer is pretty robust and apart from the 20-30 second image processing time and slight lags in the editor, it's not so bad. I much prefer having one large picture than working with two and having to take two captures for what should amount to one. Most of my images are >800w,<100kh,
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You may be misinterpreting my meaning?I could create huge scrolls and open them in Photoshop. 300,000 pixels is the max canvas area. It would be the perfect environment to deal with extremely long scrolls like that.
I can't envision how one creates scrolls as long as you are and easily finds what their after  down the road. Unless they know the material like the back of their hand.