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    Here's the link to tell you how to use the program;M$ I hope this will help some people in the future.
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    Thank you for that useful link, chowur!
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    Hah, just came here to see if there was any info about PSR. Great tool for light demos and short user tutorials, very easy to use.

    My question is, does anyone know a way to find and/or edit the screenshots PSR takes? Each screenie seems to be the entire desktop, which has privacy implications--I'd like to be able to crop or obfuscate parts of some screenies.

    Only option I find is to turn screenies off, which is too draconian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Boru View Post
    My question is, does anyone know a way to find and/or edit the screenshots PSR takes? Each screenie seems to be the entire desktop, which has privacy implications--I'd like to be able to crop or obfuscate parts of some screenies.

    Only option I find is to turn screenies off, which is too draconian.
    I use snagit myself here's the link;TechSmith
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