Working with Images and Annotations 15
- How to rotate an image
- Replacing an image
- Automatically scaling images that you capture or add
- How Clarify handles screenshots taken on high-resolution monitors
- How to change the start number for a sequence annotation
- How to crop an image
- How to add multiple images to a step
- How to create an annotation preset from an existing annotation
- How to update existing annotations using an annotation preset
- How to blur information in images
- Changing the border that appears around step images
- Aligning and relayering annotations
- How do I resize images and the image canvas?
- How to configure the keyboard shortcut for capturing images
- Using the capture helper to capture images
Sharing Documents 12
- How do I share Clarify documents?
- Creating a sharing account to quickly export to PDF, Word, HTML, Email, Clarify-it.com, Evernote, or WordPress
- Creating a free Clarify-it.com account
- Sharing with WordPress
- Sharing with Dropbox
- Sharing with Evernote
- Why does my document need to be saved after exporting to a web sharing account?
- Using the Clipboard Template feature with Clarify-it and Dropbox sharing accounts
- How to break the link between a document and an online account
- Adding pages to a Github wiki using Markdown export
- How to edit your "Sharing" settings
- Importing DOCX files into Google Docs
- Internet Issues
- "Previous request not completed" error
- Error when trying to capture on Windows: "An error occurred while capturing the screen: process is not open for write"
- Why is the screen black when I try to capture the screen on Windows?
- Why does Clarify freeze when I try to capture the screen?
- How do I troubleshoot "error 10013 on socket"?
- Issues with posting to a WordPress blog
- Using Clarify with Wordpress.com Two-Step Authentication
- Unable to create a Dropbox or Evernote sharing account
- System compatibility issues
- "the document could not be created" error when using Mac App Store version
- Template document
Aug 20, 2022
- Clarify Desktop
- HTML Templates
- Making Custom Modifications to PDF Templates
- DOCX (Word) Templates
Is there a shortcut to add an additional image to the current step? The current + icon is really small and I'd like to append several small shots to the same step quickly.
@Sheldon - there is not, although we do need to add one.
Assigning a shortcut key combo to "Replace Last Screenshot" doesn't work in Windows.
Hotkey can be assigned, but it will immediately take another screenshot, withour the possibility to adjust the selection frame!
Please fix this, because it has the potential to be a huge timesaver if it works properly.
@Jean: The wording is actually "Repeat Last Screenshot" so the feature is actually working as intended. If you want to replace an existing screenshot then refer to the steps in the following article:
I have the Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad and I'd love to map F19 to a screenshot key -- but I can't seem to do this. Is there any trick to making this work on the Mac with El Capitan?
@Brooks - hmm, it looks like Clarify is only set up to handle F1 - F15. I've added a note to add support for the rest of the F keys in the next update. Sorry about that.
I'm using Clarify on a Windows 10 box, and I'm unable to set the PrintScreen key as Clarify's capture hotkey. F12 is similarly ignored. I'm on version 2.0.5 build 4, which Update tells me is the latest version.
Let me know if I can provide further information. Puzzling, because PrintScreen USED to be recognized.
@John - do you have any other applications that might be intercepting those keys? I just tried setting the hot key to Print Screen on Windows 10 and it worked.
Is there a hotkey for adding text and arrows? That's like 95% of what I do with this app :)
@Rob - There isn't a hot key for inserting annotations. You have to specify where you want to draw them so a hot key doesn't really make sense as you have to use the mouse. There is a hot key for cycling through annotations though. Use the "a" key to cycle forward through the available annotation tools. Use SHIFT + "a" to cycle backwards.
Trevor - that helps a lot - still, I usually just draw an arrow, then add text. Using the "a" key to cycle between the two is better than nothing, but would be great to directly toggle between the two. Thanks again!