Do you have any questions about the EULA or should you contact our legal team? Send us an email to legal@techsmith.com. This is more than ridiculous. Why snagit is the only software of dozens of different software packages that I use on my MAC. This requires that each time I refile, I must choose the option “Accept the finalized license agreement”? It`s going to block everything until I accept it. And then I accept that I started to pass the verification of the Snagit license again when I open it. I love the software, but it`s so complicated. My Adobe, Microsoft, Mac, and other software do not require it. Is there anything I can do to get rid of this license acceptance and verification process? Below are links to the end user license agreements or terms of use for each TechSmith product. Camtasia › (PDF) Snagit › (PDF) Audiate Knowmia Video Review › TechSmith Assets for Camtasia › TechSmith Assets for Snagit › Capture (PDF) Screencast › Fuse (PDF) Coach`s Eye › Morae › (PDF) (impossible) If it were “mounted” and ejected, it would look like my screenshot above. I found several DMGs in the Finder. But how to throw them away? I clicked with the right mouse button and I didn`t have this option.

I deleted them from the download folder. I hope it will work. Snagit itself is therefore not asking you to approve EASA. But if you “mount” the DMG you download, it does. Usually, you do that once, and that`s it. Can you search the Finder to see if it exists? You can click the “Eject” button and, for a good measure, find and delete the Snagit file.DMG in your downloads. However, it looks like you still have the DMG, and every time you reboot, that virtual drive (that DMG) is glued back together, allowing you to get that request…