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If you read my last post, you may have noticed that my images now include boxes, balloon text and highlighting.  This is due to a friend insisting the he couldn’t live without Snagit for blogging or documentation and that I simply must try it.  I figured I’d sign up for the free trial and a week later… here I am, scribbling all over screen shots and sharing my lack of anything resembling artistic talent with the world.  So far… it does seem pretty useful.  Much better and easier editing of screen captures and it allows me to point things out a bit more readily. 

My question to all of you is… is there anything better out there that I should evaluate before I take the plunge? 


Posted by amandix on 21 March 2010

Sory, but may you can help me here:

Do you known a method of object tampering within SQL Server 2008?

The goal is to use an attached copy of mssqlsystemresource db and alter some system stored procedures, and then replace this database with the original one. This operation was possible in SQL 2005... and saved me many hours of work.

Posted by Seth Phelabaum on 21 March 2010

Sorry, not the best spot to ask a question like that.  Click on the forums link on the link, go to one of the 2008 forums and ask it there, you'll get a lot better results.

Posted by amandix on 22 March 2010

Ok, i just did... Have a look on this post:

"Object tampering within SQL Server 2008??"

Posted by cmille19 on 22 March 2010

I've used an open source tool, Wink http://www.debugmode.com/wink/ for several years and I've been happy with the output. It also has the ability to export all of your screenshots to a PDF file which makes posting to web easy.

Posted by Seth Phelabaum on 28 March 2010

Thanks for the tip Chad, I'll check that one out.

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