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What is a good program to use to take screen shots? I heard UOscreenshot is a good program but I can't find a the download link.

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http://www.uoforums....eenshotutility/

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Is that the old Japanese program? If so, I still use it to this day, just gotta make sure you set the quality to 100%(default is 75%, even if you restart it). You can always edit down the quality later.

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I guess this concerns the 2d client? If so, Adam answered your Question :)

Just for the record: KR has a build-in screenshot tool. The standard key is "," on the num pad.

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If you're on Vista, it has a built-in screenshot tool as well, called the "snipping tool" I believe - icon looks like a pair of scissors. It wasn't in my taskbar by default, but I think I found it in the Accessories folder under the Programs menu.

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I use a program called ScreenHunter 5.0 (free) that I like a bunch. Also saves files as jpegs so you don't need to dump them in Paint to convert. Just another option.........

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FYI: The Tibia (yes, the original) UO Screenshot Utility (UOSU) is abandonware... meaning the original author no longer maintains or supports UOSU. The official website also no longer works.

That said, getting it from WareSeeker.com and other sites may be fine... but just for drill before & after extracting the download, run a virus scan for safety's sake.

More and more old UO utilities are being abandoned by their authors, some unscrupulous people may try to take advantage of that. Just be careful.

UOSU was removed a while back from the UO Toolbar for this reason, there are other free and commercial options.

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I just hit the prtscn (print screen) button on my keyboard and then open paint and paste and you have the screen shot no program required.

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Xfire has a built in screen capture as well as video capture and works in both 2d and KR if I am not mistaken.
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Is that the old Japanese program? If so, I still use it to this day, just gotta make sure you set the quality to 100%(default is 75%, even if you restart it). You can always edit down the quality later.



there has to be a way to set this to 100% default hmm

ive noticed that too

but the uoss utility compresses way better than windows does from bitmap to jpg for me hehe

but, i also mess up folder location with that too :/

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thanks for the info and the links.

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Previous link didn't seem to work when I tried it, so I've uploaded a working copy to here

http://www.uoforums....eenshotutility/





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