The files need to be there for the app to work but you can open
the png files in Photoshop, select all, delete and save. Then open
the aif files in a sound app (I used SoundStudio) select all,
delete and save.
The app will still try to trigger the sounds/images but because
they are empty you won't know they are there.
It was silly to include this in the first place and just stupid
of them for not providing users a way to disable it.
I also found this frustrating - I thought this is just in the
demo version but... hey, there they are. Guys, it's funny, but less
than funny when you're trying to get some work done.
The other issue is pink overlays. I think it's the "screens"
feature but I have checked and re-checked to make sure all
shortcuts that could trigger "screens" are off, yet it still
- I am using Loupe tool - I hit ctrl-opt-cmd and want to
do ctrl-opt-cmd-C to capture a color. However, as I hit
ctrl-opt-cmd, a pink overlay appears on many of my iPhone UI
elements. It seems to be some sort of detection. If I hit C, I
capture the pink - less than helpful. The pink overlay comes and
goes when I hit/release the modifier keys.
Regression: This doesn't always happen, but it happens often
enough to be annoying. I am confused as to why or what this is, as
I am not using Screens, and have no intent to use it.
Support Staff6 Posted by Kelly on 15 Mar, 2012 06:35 PM
Nik and Ben,
We have the next version of xScope (now with optional
bullet holes!) submitted to the App Store and it is 'in review'.
This version will address a few issues, including an easy way to
disable the bullet holes. As soon as it's released we'll post the
instructions on disabling so you can turn it off and it's a lot
less complicated than the steps above.
Please let me know if you have any trouble with the new version
once it's released.