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creating a text box with filled background?



I want to annotate screenshots, and need to be able to create a text box that has a filled background for enhanced readability when I place the text box over a screenshot. Is there a way to do that in Skitch?

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What a pain, though. Adds too much friction what needs to be an effortless workflow. I don't always want a bordered box, but I find I want it more often than not and Jing made this so easy. I hate to drop Skitch for such a minor thing, but its killing me.

There really is a need for three separate tools here: Box, Text, and Text Box, kind of like Adobe Illustrator has.

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At this time, there is no way to fill in a shape with Skitch or Evernote Annotate (other than manually "coloring" inside a shape -- which I would not recommend). Although we do have it documented as a feature request.

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