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Subject  :  Screenshot Utility?
Author  :  Tecknomage
Date  :  09 Apr, 2007 on 19:34
Looking for utility to take screenshots in OS/2 & eCS and save to file.

Bitware Galleria no longer exists and requires a lic when we install from an Install Floppy. We don't have a new lic and we have lost the old license info.


Subject  :  Re:Screenshot Utility?
Author  :  Pete losepete@ntlworld.com
Date  :  09 Apr, 2007 on 20:00

Tecknomage (09 Apr, 2007 19:34):
Looking for utility to take screenshots in OS/2 & eCS and save to file.

Bitware Galleria no longer exists and requires a lic when we install from an Install Floppy. We don't have a new lic and we have lost the old license info.


Hi

There may be a bit of a choice on hobbes http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-browse?sh=1&dir=//pub/os2/apps/graphics/viewer

I've used both pmjpg and pmview and suggest you give those a try.

Regards

Pete


Subject  :  Re:Screenshot Utility?
Author  :  Sebadoh sys3175@optonline.net
Date  :  09 Apr, 2007 on 20:04
You can use PMView ( http://www.pmview.com ) the demo will still allow you to take screen shots and does so at the highest quality of most OS/2 image programs.


Tecknomage (09 Apr, 2007 19:34):
Looking for utility to take screenshots in OS/2 & eCS and save to file.

Bitware Galleria no longer exists and requires a lic when we install from an Install Floppy. We don't have a new lic and we have lost the old license info.



Subject  :  Re:Screenshot Utility?
Author  :  Martin
Date  :  09 Apr, 2007 on 20:58
Gotcha is simple enought.
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/cgi-bin/h-search?key=gotch175.zip

Subject  :  Re:Screenshot Utility?
Author  :  Tomas
Date  :  09 Apr, 2007 on 21:16
PMCamera does a fine job here.
Get it from hobbes.
Thomas

Subject  :  Re:Screenshot Utility?
Author  :  BigWarpGuy
Date  :  10 Apr, 2007 on 00:48
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/pub/os2/apps/graphics/scrncapt/pmcam2.zip
found it. will give it a try.

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