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Hi using Snagit and Evernote Output option (to my Evernote account) Images output to Evernote are time-stamped 1 hour later than time of output. Image itself is correctly time-stamped within Snagit but time-stamp is 1 hour ahead of output when it arrives in Evernote. (so an image captured at 09.01 and output to Evernote at 09.05 is showing in Evernote as being at 10.05) Any ideas what to adjust where to resolve the problem? Thanks John Version Details: Snagit v12.2.2Windows v8.1 (with all patches / updates installed)Evernote v126.96.36.19937
one of the things i really like about snagit is its ability to not only capture the current browser window, but also to capture the entire web page all the way to the bottom even when the web page goes below the scroll. is this possible with skitch and if so, how do i do it? thanks! jeff
One feature I hear most from people I try to convert to becoming Skitch users is that they don't find a scrolling capture to skitch. This is a feature found in some competitive products like Snagit and I have to agree that it would be a fantastically useful feature. Here is what I wish. Allow me to be on a web page in my chosen browser (Chrome preferred) and let me capture the entire length of the web page to Skitch as an image, even if that's enormously long.The Evernote Web Clipper allows you to choose how much of the page it clips using an arrow mechanism when looking at the Article clipping option. Likewise, you can clip an entire web page and most of the formatting is preserved. I understand that this is a difference of saving HTML pages instead of an image file, but it would be extremely useful nonetheless. Example from Snagit