--Replace all non printing whitespace characers with Characer 32 whitespace --NULL Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(0),CHAR(32)); --Horizontal Tab Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(9),CHAR(32)); --Line Feed Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(10),CHAR(32)); --Vertical Tab Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(11),CHAR(32)); --Form Feed Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(12),CHAR(32)); --Carriage Return Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(13),CHAR(32)); --Column Break Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(14),CHAR(32)); --Non-breaking space Set @StringToClean = Replace(@StringToClean,CHAR(160),CHAR(32)); Set @StringToClean = LTRIM(RTRIM(@StringToClean)); Return @StringToClean
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I use 3 monitors with an AMD 7xxx series card. I would prefer to not use a 3rd party program to manage multiple windows. I am wondering if it is possible with Windows 8 to have the notification area
Kevin Jobe's insight:
see the following from Mathew:
Right click taskbar. Properties. Untick "show taskbar on all displays" Apply. Drag the remaining "primary monitor" taskbar to the screen you want. Tick "show taskbar on all displays" ... you're done. Notification area now on whatever monitor you want.
Older version used to allow me to capture, preview and have it automatically copied to the clipboard without any extra clicks so I could just paste the capture into the application. Now I have two extra clicks and some mousing to do this. Can you please return the old functionality?
Kevin Jobe's insight:
I've devised a workaround that solves all of our problems (mine was that I want output to both editor and clipboard in one click). The trick is to disable "Preview in editor" and then Output to the editor anyway.
Step-by-step: 1. Create, duplicate or edit an existing profile. 2. In the Profile Settings > Output: Uncheck Preview in Editor. 3. Check Multiple Outputs. 4. Check Clipboard and Program and additional alternatives you might want. 5. Output > Properties... > Program tab. Choose Add... Find the executable to the Snagit Editor (in my case C:\Program Files (x86)\TechSmith\Snagit 10\SnagitEditor.exe). 6. Save profile. (7. Bind profile to a hotkey if you didn't edit the one you are using.)
Now everytime you capture an image it will be in the clipboard and pop up in the Editor if you want to draw something on it.
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