• Startup/Boot to Default in "Full screen" Instead of "All in One"

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    Startup/Boot to Default in "Full screen" Instead of "All in One"

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    To whom it may concern,

          I stumbled upon this program, and I have to say that I love it.  I’m currently using the evaluation/trial version and I am considering buying it.  However, even though the program is amazing, I am reluctant to purchasing it because every time that I run the program after booting the computer, it ALWAYS boots up to “All in One” instead of “Full screen.”  Is there a way to make “Full screen” the default when windows or the program boots up because having to change it to full screen every time seems annoying since I am not a fan of the automatic defaulted “All in one.”  Thus, will future updates give users the ability to
    toggle their default preference between the capture modes?  Nonetheless,
    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you,

    Ron

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    Startup/Boot to Default in "Full screen" Instead of "All in One"

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    Hi, Ron! Thanks for your feedback and suggestion. We have already fixed this issue in the latest version, the screenshot mode you selected won’t change after booting your computer. Therefore, please download and use the new version from below and check whether it works fine.

    https://download.apowersoft.com/down.php?softid=screencapturepro


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    Startup/Boot to Default in "Full screen" Instead of "All in One"

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    To whom it may concern,

          Thank you for attempting to resolve the issue of the defaulted All-in-one selection of Apowersoft Screen Capture.  However, I will be seeking another alternative software, ScreenHunter Pro, because even though the defaulted All-in-one capture selection was addressed to the user’s personal choice, another issue surfaced: each time the user takes a screenshot, the Image Editor ALWAYS pops up without a way of turning it off in the settings, compared to the previous version pre-GUI.  Moreover, the interface change is also an issue.  When I used it at my friend’s house, I was quite disappointed.  Nonetheless, thanks for the attempt.

    Sincerely,

    Ron

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      • Apowersoft :

        Hi, Ron!

        Sorry for the inconvenience. In fact, the image editor won't pop up if you select "Rectangle region" for taking screenshots. It's true that taking screenshots using other modes will direct you to the image editor for advanced editing. 


      • 2019-01-23 22:10 Reply
      • Class18 (author) :

        To whom it may concern,

            Unfortunately, the only mode that I was interested in was Full Screen mode because I am still running Windows 7. Windows 10 has a direct-to-file snapshot setting, but I don't want to upgrade to Windows 10. Apowersoft Screen Capture, before the new interface in the new update, in my opinion, had only one problem which was its inability to choose a specific mode as Default each time the program boots.  That was addressed in the new update, but then came along other issues such as the interface change, screen editor opens upon each screen shot.  The program was already wonderful: nothing had to change except giving the user the ability to set his/her default mode.  That's why I ventured into Screenhunter Pro because though the interface is not the best, it fulfilled the requirement that I was searching for.  Maybe I'll reconsider apowersoft screen capture in the future, if the majority of the bugs or interface were addressed.


        Thanks,

        Ron

      • 2019-02-04 12:51 Reply
    Startup/Boot to Default in "Full screen" Instead of "All in One"

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    To whom it may concern,

        Unfortunately, the only mode that I was interested in was Full Screen mode because I am still running Windows 7. Windows 10 has a direct-to-file snapshot setting, but I don’t want to upgrade to Windows 10. Apowersoft Screen Capture, before the new interface in the new update, in my opinion, had only one problem which was its inability for the user to choose a specific mode as Default each time the program boots.  That was addressed in the new update, but then came along other issues such as the interface change, screen editor opens upon each screen shot, etc.  The program was already wonderful: nothing had to change except giving the user the ability to set his/her default mode.  That’s why I ventured into Screenhunter Pro because though the interface is not the best, it fulfilled the requirement that I was searching for.  Maybe I’ll reconsider apowersoft screen capture in the future, if the majority of the bugs or interface were addressed.


    Thanks,

    Ron

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