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Likely a simple answer, but I want to use QuickTime to record so that I can provide instruction using another program. However, when I attempt to open QuickTime within that program, it minimizes/closes the window I want to record. And since QuickTime opens in the empty desktop, I can't select what I want to record.

I want to run QuickTime over the other program, simply stated. I was doing this about an hour ago, but it stopped working and I can't make it work again.

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    Welcome to Ask Different! :) I hope you come to find this site has a lot to offer! In case you haven't already, it's worth taking the time to read the tour. With regards your question, it'd be useful if you can clarify exactly what you're trying to do as it's not 100% clear. Perhaps you could name the other program you're referring to and clarify what I want to run QuickTime over the other program actually means? Finally, excuse the obvious suggestion, but if what you're trying to do was working earlier, have you tried a reboot of your Mac? – Monomeeth Jan 14 at 1:48

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