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UO Screen shot program

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I used to use one but now I cant remember what the name of it was. I have tried the uo screen program and I hate it.

Does anyone know of a freebie I can pull somewere off the web?

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Aye Sir, I prefer the free Irfanview program :)
it is not as limiting as the UOSU program

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Never tried the infranview ill have to try it out.

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I'll have to give it a go.

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Just to add a vote. IRFanView is really a great program. It even comes with a nice little thumbnail viewer.

(I have to say that because I could never argue with Queen Mum)

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I use UOSU, gues I will give this other one a shot, since it is free. I like free stuff.

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I've used Grabby in the past. I haven't needed to take many screen shots lately but I think I'll try one of the other proggies to compare.
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I think ill give that other program a shot, Im a huge screenshot fan heh.

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Thanks mum!

I'll give it a try

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I cant get it to work lol...

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Grabby works great though!

Thanks everyone for the help

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I completely recommend pushing "Print Screen" on your keyboard! And then pasting it into Microsoft Paint! :)

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Always been using just the screen cap utility in Paint Shop Pro myself, but PSP isn't free of course... I just find it nice and convenient how the pics I've taken are right there in the editor ready to be cropped up and saved.

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The problem with print screen is that you can only take one shot at a time

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How do you use the one in PSP? I have PSP9 and use it quite frequently but never even thought it had some type of program?

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As I recall it's under "import", from there you should find "screen capture". You can set the options to grab either full screen, client area, targeted area etc and assign a hotkey for the screen grab.

Once you've set the options once, you can just hit Screen Capture to begin taking pics (the camera icon in the top toolbar). Maximize PSP again to end screen capture and view the pics you took. Nifty!

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I started out using 'Press screen' and Paint,but being the screenie whore that I am ,it was just too time consuming for me.
I then graduated to Grabby,wich i found great for a couple of years.
However I was using Image shack one day, and discovered a little free download there wich allows you to use any key combo on your keypad.It then takes the screenie,and saves it in am Image folder on my desktop.
All I need do then at the end of an event etc,is go edit them and post them.

I have gone back to Grabby tho, simply because its faster,and i can 'see' when the shot has been taken, also it stores as many screenies as I want.


For those interested Grabby can be found here


It really is a great little screen grabber :)

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I know nothing of computers and couldnt get prtscn button or grabby to work, but I found a free download called printkey2000 that works great and easy to use. I wont give a link, but its easy to google.





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