SnagIt v13.1 - where can I find the 'website tag'?

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In good old v11 (and older) under tab 'Tags' can can see a website tag.
This way one can always trace from which website the screenshot is taken.
This can be very handy.

Where can I find that in v13.1 ?

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You need to right click the image and select "Details". You can do it from the editors tray or the library.
You will need to highlight the address yourself to copy it.

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Well, on my system (13.1 was installed yesterday) there is no "Websites" section when I right-click on the image in the library; the pop-up windows goes directly from "Application" to "Windows titles."
And SnagIt won't make a screen shot of the pop-up window: when I launch capture, the pop-up window disappears.
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Right, of course, thanks, it was staring at me and I missed it. Which brings up the next issue: UI font size could be larger.
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So, here is the proof: 

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I suspect it's the browser you are using.

SRWare iron is a stricter browser and I would speculate Snagit can't draw the url from it.

Try a test screengrab of a webpage in Firefox or Chrome and you should get the "details" window like Joe's image above where it shows "Websites" instead of Website titles
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Indeed, thanks for the heads-up. I can get the URL from a Firefox screen shot.
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Hi Joe,
Thanks a lot!
To be honest never expected it to be there . . .
It would probably have taken a century before 'discovering' it there.
Again, thanks!
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