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SnagIt 10.0 system Tray

Hi,

I tried to supress the registration window and Updater window using
NoRegistrationDialogSupport=1
NoAutoUpdateSupport = 1.

Please tell me if you have any other options to supress these windows. Also Can you help me in finding out a way to take the Snagit 10.0 out of the System tray. Even when i close the app it is still active.

Thanks in Advance

Raj

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Posted by: jagannadhraj 11 years ago
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Any Ideas please..
Posted by: Jsaylor 11 years ago
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The process name for Snagit (at least, for Snagit9) is Snagit32.exe. Ending that process should remove the icon from your system tray.
Posted by: jagannadhraj 11 years ago
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If i kill the process it removes from the tray, But when i launch the short cut again it reactivates again and comes back to the system tray. Any Idea to permanently remove it from the system tray? Once i close the application it should not be active anymore. Please let me know if that is possbiel.

Thanks
Posted by: jagannadhraj 11 years ago
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Never mind. I found the registry entry for the SnagIt tray. I disabled it and its working fine now.

Thanks
Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
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Any Ideas please..Have you tried these tips from v9?
Posted by: sowjanya_230 11 years ago
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Hi Jagan ,

could you please mention that registry path ?
even i am facing the same issue...
but not able to figure it out

thanks
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