Camtasia 3: What happened to "Save Frame As"?

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"I finally made the move to Camtasia Mac 3, just in time, because I'm ready to upgrade my video skills. But what did they do with 'Save Frame As'? I relied on it to get color samples and for making frame-ending cards! I can't imagine that they just got rid of it, so before I write a letter of complaint, I'm going to check out every feature on every one of the menus!

"Hmm -- here's something under the Share menu called 'Export Frame As.' It asks me to save as PNG file, so maybe this is the new 'Save Frame As'...
"Whew -- thank goodness, I was right -- and now this can go in the Praise section instead, LOL!"
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Sorry about moving things around on you.  That shouldn't happen again without a very good reason.  This was a side effect of bringing the Windows and Mac versions of Camtasia together.  Some things moved around on Mac and other on Windows.  They still are not at complete parity.  Some of the functionality on Mac isn't available on Windows, and vice versa.  But the major overhaul to get to the point they are now was done for the Windows 9.0 version and the Mac 3.0 version. For the most part, if you switch from one platform to the other, you should feel pretty comfortable with Camtasia.