To use Presentify with any video conference apps, like Zoom, Teams, etc. you have to select the entire screen while sharing instead of a single app (or window) as shown below:
I always used an extension like Awesome Screenshot in Chrome to take screenshots of any website. However, you do not need an extension to capture a screenshot of a webpage.
I have been facing this issue lately with Brave browser and after some digging, I learned that it has something to do with GPUs. Disabling ‘Use hardware acceleration when available’ option resolved the issue for me.
If you go to Xcode > File > Swift Packages, you can see options to add a new Swift package, update them, reset caches, and resolve package versions. However, you do not see an option to remove a particular Swift package.
We know that Jekyll uses Liquid as its templating language. This means all your Liquid code will be executed by Jekyllby default.
Reliance Jio has done a commendable job releasing a video conferencing app in a short time frame, however, it received criticisms that it copied pixel by pixel from Zoom. I actually agree with some of the criticisms but that’s for another blog post.
You can open your app’s window on top of all other open application windows with the below code: