Gathering Images Quickly
Gather Screenshots by using 'SnapTool'
Click on the 'SnapTool' button in the main window if it isn't active (green).
The 'SnapTool' appears. This tool will allow you to capture screenshots easily.
Get the target window.
Now that you have your target window ready, you may need to resize it. In most cases, you will take the Image out of full screen mode and reduce the image size, but ensure you keep all the necessary items in view.
Now select the Runthru 'SnapTool' in your taskbar and position it over the target application.
Press the 'SNAP' when you are ready to take a screenshot.
Now go back to Runthru so you can see your image.
The Image creates an item in the left hand column, and it is also displayed on the canvas when it is selected.
These buttons allow to zoom in and out on the Image.
Click the 'Pan' button to move a screenshot.
Come back to your target application to try another way of gathering images.
Click on 'Timer' to start taking a delayed screenshot.
Click on 'Timer' and within 5 seconds mouse over your target window.
In those few seconds, you can go and open a popup menu or right-click menu and then wait until the screen capture automatically starts.
E.g. Within 5 seconds, position your mouse over PRODUCTS and than over Runthru (in order to make a screenshot of the opened Drop-Down Navigation Menu).
Now go back again to Runthru where you can see your screenshots.
As you can see, the Image appeared below the previous one, and it is also displayed on the canvas as well.
See the result.
Come back to your target application in order to try another way of gathering images.
Click 'Hover' to activate this screenshot taking tool.
Click Menu button to open Menu and capture it.
Hover your mouse in order to screenshot the active application without having to click the button.
As you can see, it was captured a target application with an active opened Menu.
Gather Screenshots by importing an image from the computer's drive
Click this button to open the Add to Project Panel.
Choose 'Import Image from File'.
A Windows box will show and you choose one or more images.
Click 'Open' to import the images into Runthru.
The image appears in the left hand column (below the previous screenshot) and it is also displayed on the canvas.
Gather Screenshots by using the Clipboard
Click this button to turn the clipboard recorder ON.
When it is ON this picture will be visible.
Come back to your target application to make a screenshot.
Press Alt+PrintScreen or PrintScreen to make a screenshot.
Note: You can feed Runthru images using Windows Snipping Tool as well.
The image creates an Item in the left hand column (below the previous screenshot) and it is also displayed on the canvas.