I’m basically proficient in RW. Have Foundation 6, Stacks, etc, etc, all up to date.
In creating a new site, I find myself going back & forth to review the settings in an inspector stack, page, Image, etc. ((I know global content can make every stack the same, but I’m not that skilled yet)) I’m a tweaker - often trying several settings till I get what I want.
Is there anyway to print out the inspector? Screen print doesn’t work for longer setting options.
So appreciate a response - I have learned so much on these forums.
I use the excellent Cleanshot screen capture and recording app. I allows ‘scrolling capture’ where you select part of the screen and then scroll the screen to get more than you can see on the screen at once. It comes out a bit long and thin, but it works
Download this screenshot and zoom in and you can see all the detail.
CleanShot, thanks. That’s an instant buy.
I’ve been using Cleanshot for a while now, and I use it many times a day. Not connected with the developer but just a happy user
I totally undestand. Same with me, I am super happy to share good experience with other’s tools.
(If you need a tool to pick colors from the screen, organize colors in collections and many more, I can highly recommend “ColorSlurp”, I use it for all my Web & Software Projects to maintain the color palettes of my projects)
Yea, I’ve got ColorSlurp too! Great minds etc
Getting back to the subject Snagit also allows you to capture scrolling content.
Yes, for me the 2 best screen capture tools are CleanShot and SnagIt. I have both but use CleanShot 95% of the time. Mainly because it is so much quicker and easier to use. But … SnagIt has some advanced features (especially with some of their custom templates and the simplify tool) that CleanShot doesn’t have. Once in awhile I definitely take advantage of the extra features SnagIt offers. I don’t regret having both.
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