Snagit (for Windows) 12: "Trimmen"

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Hi,
in Snagit 12 there was a fantastic tool called "Trimmen" (I don't know the name of the tool in english). I used it very often. Now, in Snagit 13, I miss it (couldn't find it til now). Can you help me finding it? "Zuschneiden" doesn't do the same thing.
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ank

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David Howell, Employee

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You may be referring to this menu item (in German):

Bild | Automatisches Trimmen
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ank

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Yes, that's true - but where is it in Snagit 13?
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ank

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Hi, additionally, I just found out, that de-activating the shadow in my own defined stamps is not possible. If I de-activate it and then close Snagit and open it once again, the shadow is there again.
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And one more bug: I can't chaange the position of "More" in the Schnellzugriffsleiste, it is indissoluble connected to one tool (in my case it is "Markieren"). Or to be precise: YESTERDAY it was "Markieren", the same tool at the same position today appears as "text".
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ank

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Hi,
where can I de-activate the Mini-Toolbar which appears when I use Callouts?
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David Howell, Employee

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Regarding the "More" toolbar item, that cannot be removed. It represents the last used item in the list.
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ank

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Hi David,

thanks for this hint.

I don't want to remove the "More"-item, but I want to position it at any free place. But I can't untighten it from one specific item.
And I can't believe it is by purpose, that it is insoluble connected to one item, which - by the way - is changing.
I placed the mark-tool in the toolbar, but each day it is replaced by another tool I don't need and therefore didn't place in the toolbar.