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Is it intended or not? Why do shadows being disabled for screenshots via Snip&Sketch, but still visile when making screenshots via PrintScr?
No. I have to say that this is an unknown behavior but this is definitely not intended. The shadow of the flyout is located by Z index. But it looks like the Snip&Sketch app is adding another layer on the top of the window which seems to change the Z index. I tried other tools like the Snipping tool(Windows built-in app) and it also works correctly. So it seems the issue happens when using the Snip&Sketch but not when using other tools. If you are trying to capture the image of your app, you might need to use other tools instead of Snip&Sketch
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