Switch Browser Tabs When Using Multiple Area Capture

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Anybody got a down and dirty way to switch to a different browser tab when doing a multiple area capture?

The keyboard shortcuts CTRL+Tab and SHIFT+CTRL+Tab are a no go.
The capture selection is locked to the active tab

There are times I would like to capture objects on different webpages and have them be on the one single canvas.

I know I could make separate captures and then drag and drop from the tray on to the canvas
but thats a bit of another time suck.

While we are at it, I am unable to also scroll a page when using multiple capture.

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Rick Grunwald

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Does CONTROL 1 (2,3,4 etc) do anything?
I hope someone has an answer but I think you are trying to consolidate several different operations
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Windows split screen mode or tiles is what I do.  You'll need to do some cut-outs, but it works