d6jg wrote: 
> Ronnie
> A tip for you.
> I am assuming you use Windows.
> Try Greenshot - open source - as an alternative screen grabbing tool. It
> is much better than Snipping Tool or plain old print screen. When you
> try it make sure you change "destination" in options or prefs to be the
> Image Editor. You will find that it has very powerful annotation tools
> for things like hiding passwords and drawing boxes and arrows.
> As always only download from the developers site and scan for viruses.

Thanks for the tip about Greenshot, much more usefull than "prtscn"


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