What is the system command for windows to capture image by snagit ?

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Joe Morgan

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If the application is running. "SnagIt"

 Use { Print Screen }. This is the default setting.

Regards, Joe
am not understanding...could u give the syntax formating, i will copy and paste it in command window.
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Actually, it's was me who was misunderstanding your question. I have no idea how you would pull this off.

 I think your better off running this by Tech Support. There may be someone who can help you in this forum? But I'd put my money on  tech support  as your best option. 

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Regards, Joe


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Rick Stone

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Are you attempting to do something via a batch file? I'm unsure if SnagIt can be used that way. I suppose it may support it.

Perhaps the link below offers some other avenues for you to consider.

Click here to view

Cheers... Rick :)
Hi rick, thanks for your guidance, i installed imagemagick, but i don't know how to capture the screen, could you provide the system command to capture the screen.
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/h

Hides the SnagIt window at startup.

/n

Disables keyboard input to SnagIt (For use with DDE programs.)

/i

Starts SnagIt as a minimized icon.

/S

Causes SnagIt to do a capture using current settings and close when finished or canceled. This option runs SnagIt hidden with hotkeys disabled.

/SC

Causes SnagIt to do a capture using current settings and continue to operate after the capture (not close). This option runs SnagIt hidden with hotkeys disabled.

/OC

Opens the Catalog Browser directly.

/OE

Opens the Editor directly.

<filename>

Opens the image file specified directly in Editor.

/t

Starts SnagIt with the system tray icon disabled.

when i type /t in command window, it will gives the error message as below.
'/t' is not recognized as in internal or external command, operable program or batch file. Could u provide the exact syntax to be entered in the command window ?

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