Questions tagged [markup]

The “Markup” extension bundled with the iOS (from version 9) and macOS (from version 10.11, “El Capitan”) versions of Photos.app that allows you to draw on (and add text to) your photos without leaving the Photos app.

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Is there an easy way to resize screenshot in macOS markup editor?

When you take a screenshot by pressing Command + Shift + 4, a preview pops up on bottom right. If you click it a program opens up, which I believe is called markup editor. Now in this program you can ...
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How can I highlight text on a screenshot using Markup in macOS?

When I take a screenshot in macOS Mojave, I get a handy screen with Markup tools to edit the screenshot. But I’ve never been able to get the “highlight” feature to work. I want to highlight text on a ...
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How to copy an image from screenshot's markup?

When I capture a screenshot with Cmd + Shift + 5, I can edit the image within Apple's Markup editor, like so: Is there a way to copy that image (which may have been edited) without saving it? I ...
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How do I make a box transparent in Markup?

I take a screenshot using shift+Command+4 and right click on it and choose the option "Markup" and then draw a rectangle box but how do I make it transparent so that content underneath is visible? ...
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iOS photo editor's “marker” markup tool is translucent…is opaque possible?

The "marker" markup tool in iOS 11 photo editor is translucent. Is it possible to make it opaque?
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Mark up tool for Notes in macOS

Is there a way to use the mark up tool in notes? Or something that works like that would? I want to be able to put shapes with text on top of copy pasted images. So I want to use a shape, be able to ...
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Mac Screenshot Markup/Annotation with Text that Sticks to Arrows

I'm looking for a screenshot markup/annotation tool that attaches text to the origin of an arrow. Screenshot markup/annotation apps usually allow you to add arrows that point to parts of the shot. ...
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Is there a quick way to “flatten” an image in iOS

I use the ‘markup’ extension in iOS Photos to ‘black out’ sensitive information in screenshots, occasionally. Unfortunately, this leaves the “revert” button, meaning that said sensitive information is ...