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        Jeffrey Anderson commented  · 

        Not sure if this is what is being asked by Serena, but lately I've been noticing that if the screen is zoomed in post production to focus in a certain area of the screen that the mouse cursor stays the same size. It would be nice to scale the mouse at the same rate that the screen is scaled.

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          Jeffrey Anderson commented  · 

          I've done a couple of videos with 2.0 beta that require me to describe keyboard shortcuts. I use the scripted method of creating the videos, but it would be nice if there were a feature to capture keyboard presses and create overlays automatically...i.e. specify a transition entry point, and then the software waits for a keyboard press and generates the appropriate symbols with overlay borders...something like ⌘ + SHIFT + J for an apple keyboard combination. This definitely would work best in post production for me, but I could see this being useful during an actual screen capture session too. If the latter case, it would be cumbersome to tell the software when to ignore key presses and when to capture them...as if you're demonstrating software and doing a lot of typing you would have all sorts of events on the editing timeline as a result.

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