In the Windows Search area (usually lower left of your screen) type in cmd.exe This should then offer you to open the application: Command Prompt, Desktop app
Press Enter to launch the application This will open a command line window. Here you must type the command to change to the directory to where you downloaded the file, usually c:\\Users\yourname\Downloads The usual default location when opening the Command Prompt will be c:\\Users\yourname
Then type the following command and press Enter after. cd downloads Note: you can use cd with 2 dots after to go back up a directory (cd ..)
Now type the following: Snagit_2019_0_1.msi /qb TSC_OEM_MODE=”Lectora”
This will launch the installer. Complete the installation, then launch Lectora, and from the Tools menu, launch SnagIt.
The corrected version of SnagIt 2019 will be included in the next release of Lectora 18, likely early 2019. We apologize for any inconvenience.
I’m still using Lectora Inspire 17.0.6 although I have had v18 since it was released in November last year. I’ve been holding back because I’m afraid of losing time as a result of issues with the newer version.
Can anyone advise if they have had a smooth transition to v18, and are there any concerns still lingering? Also, should I jump to v18.1.1?
<span class=”handle-sign”>@</span>ahetherington9113 – I am currently using v.18.0.1 and recall having no issues with the move from v.17 to v.18; it’s even relatively hassle-free to load up old courses in v.18 (from v.12 even) to update them to v.18. No major concerns from my perspective, but I cannot advise on v.18.1.1, as I have not upgraded to that yet.
If I remember right, v.18 did not overwrite v.17, but created a separate folder and file system. So, for a while there, I had v.17 installed to fall back on just in case, but never actually needed to resort to it.