Screenshot editing

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06 Oct, 2013 03:02 AM

One of my favorite things about Mental Case, which makes me choose it over all of the other study apps, is that you can take screenshots on the fly of the material that you're studying.

However, there is an enhancement that could make Mental Case the best flashcard app on the market. When taking screenshots of study material, it is often of a labeled diagram or image that we need to memorize. Naturally, we would love to have the question facet be an unlabeled image, and the answer be the labeled image. Currently, the only way to do this is to take a screenshot of the image externally, manually open it in an editing app, and erase the label that we want to hide. We then make use the screen capture function for the answer facet to show the labeled image.

The proposed enhancement would be to expand the functionality of the screen capture tool. When taking a screen shot, it would be incredibly useful to be able to edit the image within mental case on the fly. Whether that's using an "eraser" to erase labels, add text to an image, or make some other form of edit, this feature would make Mental Case by far the best study app out there.

Please consider adding this feature.

  1. 1 Posted by support on 07 Oct, 2013 02:05 AM

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    Hi There,

    Thanks for getting in touch with us! I've submitted this as a feature request for you. Please bear in mind that while we consider all ideas, not every suggestion will ultimately be implemented.

    We love feedback! Let us know if you have any other suggestions or questions.

    Thank you for choosing The Mental Faculty!


    Jason W. -- The Mental Faculty Support

  2. support closed this discussion on 07 Oct, 2013 02:05 AM.

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