Select and print ... no capture necessary. Add the print option next to the capture button.

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Rather than 1) select 2) capture and then 3) print... allow us to 1) select and then print directly without having to capture... would be much quicker. Thanks ! Or do the print directly after the "select" and capture in the background.
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Barrie MacLeod

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Manny Carvalho, Champion

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Easy enough. Create a profile [preset] to do just that.  Don't preview in editor and share it to the printer.  Of course, you do have to make a capture otherwise there will be nothing to print.  However, there's no need to save it should you not want to.

You could capture the fullscreen or a predefined region automatically.  To capture a predefined region hit the gear next to selection and put in the variables.  Name your profile and then use it manually or with the timer if you want to take yourself out of the picture entirely.

Use a preset something like this as a start but play with the settings to fit your needs.  Just play with it and see how you can make  it do what you want.

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Hi and thanks for submitting your idea!

As outlined in our New Community Processes post, feature requests are open to voting up through the 1st of the month (this month is slightly different, due to the holidays) where we will then tally the votes and present the findings to our product teams. To ensure we have the most accurate data, on the 1st of the month we will be locking the threads that were listed in the Feature Request Round-up that was posted on the 15th. Once we have reviewed the submitted feature requests, our product team(s) may respond to the request, and if that is the case then that thread will then be unlocked for further discussion.

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