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Hi mates, today I going to make a simple Screen Capture but I Don't Know how to make maybe a rectangle, circle or table with de mouse to get a good sector for the Capture.

sorry If I don't explain good.

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Take a look at _ScreenCapture_Capture in the help file. It allows you to define the coords of a rectangle.

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yes I know that. but realy I'm looking how to Draw a rectangle with the mouse to be Captured.

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To capture a square or a rectangle just select the top left and bottom right position points with the mouse.

Circle seems tricky. I think I would capture a bounding box, then remove any pixels outside of the circle.

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thank you JLogan3o13

Xandy I got it Good way to do it thank you

BrewManNH my idea was stolen hahaha. ->

thank you very much.

It's solved.

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