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  1. SmartNote is a screen snip tool to take Screenshot with OCR ability from Tesseract 100+ languages Of course you will have to install it first. https://github.com/UB-Mannheim/tesseract/wiki I tried it with the version of 32bit tesseract-ocr-w32-setup-v5.2.0.20220712.exe in Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H2 as default with ALT_key and Left_mouse_button snipe the note #Region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #AutoIt3Wrapper_Icon=mmcndmgr-106.ico #AutoIt3Wrapper_Outfile=SmartNote.exe #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_Description=SmartNote screen snip &
  2. Hay guys Just had an idea and wanted to know where to start. I want to download a screenshot of a website automatically into a .png .jpg ect format so I can then set it as my desktop background. This might be for for news: When the latest news is added to a website a screenshot of that website is saved and added to my desktop background. I have tried using website that already do the screenshot but you have to open the website and click the button for it to generate one and thus InetGet does not help. Any Ideas?
  3. Hi folks, I'm having problems with a screenshot capture script. Let me explain. Everyday I (and my colleagues at work) need to take some screenshots from a web-page. These screenshots are used to compile a report. Normally, I (and others) used to log in into the website and took screenshots of desired graphics and tables. This is tediuos and time consuming. To easy this task I made a script using autoit that basically logs into the website (user and password) and using some clicks, stroke send, coordinates, it is able to generate the graphics and save them to some folders into our n
  4. Screenshot program that can upload/FTP to website/storage with hotkey. Features GUI to display programmable keys. Set the hotkeys with this function to use, and display hotkeys. ; hotkey_set() Parameters: ; ----------------------------------------------------------- ; $aHotkey -                The array hotkeys are stored in. This function sets the values of this array[hotkey_id][$hotkey_data] ; $dHotkey_id -             The enum for this hotkey index ; $sHotkey_des
  5. I have a script that takes screenshots of the ninjatrader charting window. I have 2 issues that i need an idea for solution. 1. i need to scroll the window fully to right? the title of the window =$EURUSD and the class of the scrollbar =WindowsForms10.SCROLLBAR.app.0.378734a i am already having the handle of the window using $hWnd = WinGetHandle($Title5) how can i click the scrollbar all the way to right?Fixed 2. sometimes the chart scaling is invalid and so there will be a icon F that i have highlighted with arrow on the image. its in the top right hand corder of this wi
  6. i'm trying to use _ScreenCapture_Capture($sFileName) to cature full screen and save as a jpg file, but it always only capture the left-top about 3/4 area. but the print screen keyboard woks fine. and if i changed the display resolution from 150% to 100%, the jpg file is OK as well. so the issue only occurred when resolution is 150%. is there anybody know why or how to change resolution percentage by scripts? Thanks.
  7. I've created a simple script that opens the Snipping Tool; Selects the "Full Screen Snip" option; then closes the program, prompting a save. What I can't figure is how to name the file using the system date and time. Can anyone help? Run(@WindowsDir & '\system32\SnippingTool.exe') AutoItSetOption('MouseCoordMode', 0) Sleep(1) $hWnd= WinWait("Snipping Tool", "ToolBarWindow32", 1) WinActive($hWnd) MouseClick('primary', 84, 48, 1, 0) MouseClick('primary', 84, 140, 1, 0) WinClose("[Class:Microsoft-Windows-Tablet-Snipp
  8. Hey I'm not really familliar with GDI Plus , I am looking for how tocConvert a bitmap image to JPG in memory without saving it to disk Because I want to send it later via TCP directly without using FileRead and other stuff .. The only function I found is below but it saves the image in disk Func SaveBmp2JPG($Bitmap, $sSave = "Converted.jpg", $iQuality = 20) ;coded by UEZ 2013 If Not IsPtr($Bitmap) Then $Bitmap = _GDIPlus_ImageLoadFromFile($sFile) If @error Then Return SetError(1, 0, 0) EndIf Local $sCLSID = _GDIPlus_EncodersGetCLSI
  9. Hi, What I would like to accomplish is to take a screenshot and upload it to a remote php file via _winHTTP. Previously, we were taking the screenshots and saving them to a network folder. However, we would now like to alter this so that it posts the information instead through win http. Please see the following code sample (note it does NOT run, it's just for reference). $hbitmap = _ScreenCapture_Capture('', $iScreenCapDimensions[1] , $iScreenCapDimensions[2], $iScreenCapDimensions[3], $iScreenCapDimensions[4]) _SavehBitmapEx($hbitmap, 100000000, _WinAPI_GetSystemMetrics(78), _W
  10. Short version, can it be done? In theory it should be simple enough, open a file, write a header, then dump each pixel data in succession... headers are probably going to give me trouble more than anything, but is the overall idea solid? I'm trying to write a script for making large screenshots, and while this approach might be a little primitive... screw it, whatever works, right?
  11. I'm thinking about writing a screencap program that would capture not only the contents of a window but also, if the window stretches past the screen, to capture that too so I can have captures of large pages without having to glue them together by hand. The concept is simple enough - determine the dimensions and position of the window, store each individual pixel, send a page down command, compare pixels to see where the contents of the next page start, repeat. Problem is, is there any way to finally dump that pixel data into an actual image format?
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