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tmophoto May 2, 2001 09:54 PM
Window capture question
how do I capture the entire contents of a window?

I need to capture a very long window that extends well out of the screen.


rjenkinson May 2, 2001 10:07 PM
you might try using print2pict to print the window to a file. sure beats taking snapshots and trying to line them up.

tmophoto May 2, 2001 10:31 PM
no print command available from the app. that I need to capture from.

thanks for the quick response,

tmophoto May 2, 2001 10:33 PM
screen catcher will do it, it has an auto-scroll feature.

DocWest May 3, 2001 02:45 AM
Snapz Pro from Ambrosia can capture windows, menus, portions, and of course the whole screen.
You can also select what file format you want, including QuickTime Movie.

Patrick May 8, 2001 02:41 PM
There's a screen capture thing built into the system. To capture the contents of an entire window, while caps lock is down press command-shift-4, and click somewhere in the window. Other screenshot commands: without caps lock, press command-shift-4 to drag the mouse over the area you want selected, or press command-shift-3 to take a shot of the whole screen.

[Edit: I just tried this, and apparently it won't capture anything that extends off the screen. Whoops. Never mind.]

[This message has been edited by Patrick (edited 05-08-2001).]
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