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  • I love opera, bluegrass, burger joints and fictional detectives. Mostly, but not always, in that order. Formerly of Dunedin, formerly of Sydney, now travelling the world with the tenor in my life (Stuart Skelton) and blogging as I go.
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Tuesday, March 29, 2005

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giorgia

> I've been playing with screen captures

now, could you please tell me how do you do that? i tried a zillion time, hitting the darn screenshot-button on my keyboard and pasting the result into my photoshop thingy, but i only manage to get a black screen - that happens when i try and capture images off a dvd, otherwise it works perfectly.
help, please?

Sarah

The screenshot button on the keyboard appears to be one of life's mysteries... I've never had any luck with mine either. I did the Idomeneo captures via the player I was using to watch it. However there is a nifty little screenshot program called Screen Print & Capture 32 (available from download.com) which I've used for screen shots, and it does the job nicely. It's also 100%free, which is nice.
Hope that helps!

giorgia

thanks! :)
(I'd add "hurrah!", too, but I'm old, and must pretend to be a serious person...)

giorgia

(spoke too soon: ScreenPrint-whatsitsname doesn't work on my pc, which is obviously doofus. humph.
thank you, anyway.)

giorgia

hang on a sec, stop press! somebody told me how to do that without screenprint etcetera, just hitting the silly button up there on the keyboard - apparently one should go to tools > options and in the advanced folder de-tick all the predefined (sp?) options and ta-da! the trick's done! it works! hurrah! :)

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