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TOPIC: [Solved] Capturing one frame for a custom thumbnail in the free version.

Re: [Solved] Capturing one frame for a custom thumbnail in the free version. 1 month, 1 week ago #204903

  • Zell123t1
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RWAV, hugly, jwrl, and schrauber. Thank you for all your help. You've really helped me out with this one.

Re: Capturing one frame for a custom thumbnail in the free version. 1 week, 6 days ago #205910

  • AnPush
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How to fix?
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Re: Capturing one frame for a custom thumbnail in the free version. 1 week, 6 days ago #205911

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Welcome to the forum.
To activate the button, click on the desired keyboard shortcut on your keyboard. The box then shows you whether the assignment is already being used by another command or is still unused.
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Re: Capturing one frame for a custom thumbnail in the free version. 1 week, 6 days ago #205912

  • AnPush
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Oh how simple! ))
Thank you very much.
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