Replacing an image

You have 3 options for replacing an image:

  1. Right click on the image and select replace image
  2. Click the Replace Image icon in the step
  3. Click the replace image icon at the top

1. Right click on the image

If you right click on the image you'd like to replace, you will have a few options:

  • Replace the image with a clipboard image
  • Replace the image with a screencapture (Clarify will pull up the cross hairs and allow you to take a screenshot)
  • Replace the image with a file you have already saved
Right click on the image

2. Click on the Replace Image icon in the step

Below each image in Clarify there is an icon you can click to replace an image.

Click on the Replace Image icon in the step

3. Click on the Replace Image icon at the top

Select the image you'd like to replace and then click the replace image icon in the top left corner.

4 Comments

Ray Holan

There is no explanation for how to ADD a new image that is NOT a screenshot. For example, a jpeg of a building. Looks like I have to create a screenshot, then REPLACE that temp image with a JPEG from my Mac desktop.

Trevor DeVore

Ray Holan

Hi, Trevor. I assume this is the notation you wanted me to view:

Right-click in step image area

In the contextual menu for a step image you will find the Add Image Using menu option. If an image is on the clipboard then you can select Clipboard Image. You also have the option to take a new screencapture or insert an existing Image File...

If so, the explanation above requires me to HAVE an image area visible (i.e. take and place a screenshot) THEN apply the contextual menu command. My point and my question is about whether there is a 1 step way to add new desktop image rather than this 2 step method (i.e. take screenshot, then replace the screenshot with a desktop image).

Thanks,

Ray

Trevor DeVore

Ray - The File > Import > Image Files menu will import image files or you can just drag and drop an image onto the Clarify document area and a new step will be added.

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