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Move the screen capture utility from Sametime to Notes client
Use this IdeaSpace to post ideas about the Notes Client.
Do not require being logged into Sametime to use screen capture tool (Notes Client - David Hablewitz - 03/10/2011)
Not all have sametime enabled. Using the screen capture tool is often done within the Notes client.
I suggest to move the tool from Sametime plugin to the Notes client. (or whatever you would call it)
(31 Jul 2010)
The screen capture tool should be independent of the Notes client so modal dialog boxes (Preferences for example) can be captured.
(28 Sep 2010)
A good idea... I would also like to have a "shortcut key" which works from every application as long as Lotus Notes is open.
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