Snagit for Linux

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Is it time for TechSmith to acknowledge the growing Linux desktop community and port Snagit to Linux? Your competition is sorely lacking in the easy-to-use, polished product department. Editing (Shutter is the best among them) lacks the best Snagit features. I'm telling you, TechSmith is leaving $$ on the table here.
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Flameshot is awesome.  Not sure why someone sent me a private message concerning my complaining though.  If I did, it wasn't intentional.

Is that what is known as trolling?

Anyway, SnagIt is still a great option I hope for, but on Linux no one has quite yet gotten things as fluid and productive.
That said, I use SnagIt on my company Windows machine, and lately it has been "less intuitive!" (Might be company IT with their bloat!)

Still hoping for a SnagIt port into Linux, but until then, Flameshot seems the answer for me on Manjaro Linux, and it's implicity is really nice, in contrast to the scrolling and other options in the heavier SnagIt, that are nice.  Goodluck all!
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>Flameshot is awesome.  Not sure why someone sent me a private message concerning
>my complaining though.  If I did, it wasn't intentional.

For some reason, some people get all sensitive when you want Snagit on Linux. I can't explain it because it is inconceivable. It's as if they are wholly dedicated to Snagit staying only on Windows and Mac.

As far as I am concerned the lack of Snagit and Camtasia on Linux is complain-worthy.
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I love SnagIt and using it for years. I really want to have it with me to my new Linux native journey.
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phillip

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Yeah ya do!
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It is a big shame this wonderful piece of SW is not made for Linux OS. I love the SnagIt editor. There's nothing close to it on Linux for annotating images.