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How to Hide Toolbar on Screen Grabber Pro

When recording with Screen Grabber Pro, people use the floating toolbar when they want to add annotations and other options to the recording. However, this is not always the case, and people sometimes need to record without the toolbar. This is applicable when people record the entire screen area so that no other unnecessary image will appear. In order to hide the floating toolbar from the recording screen, follow these simple steps.

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Screen Grabber Pro Windows Version

Step 1 Download and install the app

Download and then run the installer on your Windows PC. After installation, run the application to reach the main interface.

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Step 2 Launch the app

Launch the settings panel by clicking the "Menu" button represented by the "three lateral bar" icon from the upper-right corner of the main interface. From the set of options that will drop-down, click "Settings" to launch the settings panel.

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Step 3 Toggle the toolbar option

On the settings panel, click the "Record" tab and then tick the "Show recording toolbar" option. Once done, click the "OK" button to apply the changes that you made.

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Step 4 Start the recording

Start recording without the floating toolbar by clicking the "Record" button. To end the recording without using the "Stop" button from the toolbar, press the CTRL+SHIFT+F10 keys.

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Screen Grabber Pro Mac Version

Step 1 Launch the app

Locate the application by launching the "Finder," and under the "Application" tab, search for Screen Grabber Pro. Launch the tool by clicking the tool icon, and the main interface will appear.

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Step 2 Locate settings

From the main interface, click the "More" button, which is located next to the "User Account" button. From the options that will appear, select "Settings."

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Step 3 Personalize settings and start recording

On the settings page, click the "Recording" tab and under the "Floating toolbar" section tick the "Hide when recording" checkbox. When all is set, apply the changes by clicking the "OK" button. Go back to the main interface and start recording to see that the recording toolbar is not present. To end the recording process without having to click the "Stop" button, hold the "Command+R" keys together.

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Posted by Trafalgar Law on May 20, 2019 to Screen Grabber Pro

Last updated on June 9, 2020

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