A deskband is a dockable window on your desktop that is designed to minimize programs you want to keep running but only use on occasion. These programs do not take up space on the Taskbar and only display when necessary.
If the Recorder is configured to record sound and is in automatically record screenshot mode, the camera sound that occurs when recording a frame is disabled so it is not part of the recording. When you press PRINTSCREEN during the recording process, the Recorder deskband appears in the taskbar providing a visual camera cue that a screenshot is being taken. The Recorder deskband also contains other icons to make adjustments to sound recordings.
Opens the Author Notes dialog for adding comments or testing notes.
When sound is being recorded, the Pause button displays.
When sound recording is paused, the Record button displays.
Opens the Sound Tuning Wizard for adjusting sound playback and recording volume. This icon is only active in Pause mode.
This is a visual scale depicting the recording level. Levels range from no color (no recording level), through Green, Dark Green, Yellow and Red (Very High recording level).
This visual indicator appears when a screenshot is taken if the Recorder is configured to automatically record screenshots. This space on the deskband also displays the type of context being recorded. See Context Recognition in the Recorder in the Record Topic Content section of the Content Development Guide for more information.
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