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onlineuser2

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screen capture
« on: 2010.06.01, 20:54:42 »
I see a new qt port screengrabbing
 ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/qtapps/screengrab-0.8.1-os2.zip

What does it more than the old native os/2 app PMJPG?

It's a shareware release, among other functionalities, it has a good capture one (desktop, area of desktop,  window, delay from 1 to 10 seconds, etc).
http://www.pixvision.com/html/downloads.html

Did anybody test both? what about?


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Re: screen capture
« Reply #1 on: 2010.06.01, 23:34:43 »
Sorry I can't help you with info about either as I use Gotcha! 1.76 (this is also an OS/2 program).

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GOTCHA! 1.76 - OS/2 screen capture utility.
Captures either windows, window interiors,
parts of the screen or the whole desktop and
save them to disk or clipboard as a picture
(bitmap format). Serial capture and batch
mode options. Written by Thorsten Thielen
<thth@c2226.de> Free software under the GPL.
WWW: "http://www.c2226.de/programs/gotcha/".

I've never had any problems with it.

ivan

I must just add the URL is now http://www.c2226.de/programs/gotcha/index.phtml
« Last Edit: 2010.06.01, 23:39:59 by ivan »

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Re: screen capture
« Reply #2 on: 2010.06.02, 05:25:01 »
Gotcha is the best !!!. It is also open source GNU GPL, but I will give Screen Capture a try.

Here it is a Gotcha WarpIn installer I made some days ago. I-m going to upload it to hobbes soon.
« Last Edit: 2010.06.02, 22:34:54 by miturbide »
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Re: screen capture
« Reply #3 on: 2010.06.02, 08:35:11 »
I'm going to test it!

Thanks

ps. Don't misunderstand my first post: qt port and qt apps port are always a great result!!!

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Re: screen capture
« Reply #4 on: 2010.06.02, 22:38:05 »
I notice the Gotcha! WPI file contained my .INI file and it gaves some problems. Here it is again.
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