rengel
The 'Capture Image' functions in the context menu of a thought and in the attachment area behave inconsistently:
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I wouldn't expect, that the first captured image in the attachment area (sometimes) becomes the thought icon. I realized this only, after I wondered twice where a captured image had gone, because it didn't appear in the attachment area.
PS: This issue even goes deeper. Sometimes I don't want the first captured image become an icon (and I don't want to paste it in the notes).
Reinhard, TB 10.0.48.0, WIN 10

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metta
Thanks so much for pointing out these inconsistencies! This has been a frustration for me, as well.

In addition, I sorely miss the option of capturing an image of my notes. Haven't found any way to do this in TB10 without adding the image as a thought icon -- which is never the intended objective (for me) when capturing this type of screenshot.
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rengel
@metta

metta wrote:
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In addition, I sorely miss the option of capturing an image of my notes. Haven't found any way to do this in TB10 without adding the image as a thought icon -- which is never the intended objective (for me) when capturing this type of screenshot.


Are you using Windows? If so, you can capture notes as an image by using WIN + Shift + S. Then you can select a region. The clip is put into the clipboard. From there, the usual options hold... (Insert by Crtl + V, anywhere).
Reinhard, TB 10.0.48.0, WIN 10

Quality is the result of attention paid to details.
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metta
Thanks for the suggestion, rengel. I'm on Win 7 and the keyboard shortcut you mentioned doesn't seem to work on my computer. (Instead, it places an "s" in the search field in TB10.)

My current solution is simply to use the screen capture tool in TB8 (the current home for all my working brains) -- or, if push comes to shove, there's always the Windows snipping tool. It would just be nice not to lose this convenient (built-in) functionality from TB8 when I (eventually) migrate from TB8 into TB10.
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