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Script that takes ss of certain window every 15 minutes.

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Hello, im trying to make script that takes screenshot of certain window every 15 minutes. This is my code atm.

#include <ScreenCapture.au3>

$var = 0;

Do
$timer=TimerInit()
Sleep(5000)
$seconds=Round(TimerDiff($timer)/1000,2)
If IsInt($seconds) Then $seconds&=".00"
$date = @MDAY & "/" & @MON & "/" & @YEAR
_ScreenCapture_Capture("C:\Users\Mursa\Pictures\ProPilk2\" & $var & "_" & $date & ".jpg")
Until $var = 10;

So basically i'm missing the targeting to certain window.

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I have a script in my signature called ICU that accomplishes (more-or-less) what you are trying to do.

I was able to capture a specific window using the following funcs:

$activewin = WinGetTitle("")
$activewin = WinGetHandle($activewin)
_ScreenCapture_CaptureWnd($filename,$activewin)

 

Modify as necessary/

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

#include <ScreenCapture.au3>


$activewin = WinGetTitle("Calculator") ;Modified here window Title & didin't work
$activewin = WinGetHandle($activewin)
_ScreenCapture_CaptureWnd("C:\Users\MYUSER\Pictures\image1.jpg" ,$activewin)
Edited by Mursa

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I'm afraid you'll have to do a little better than that.

Well could you give me helping hand instead of telling that? I'm beginner and wan't go get my code working. 

; Autoit window gives me these results on the window

;Title: Pro Pilkki 2
;Class: MainWClass
;Position: -8,-8

;Controls > Empty

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I want to take screenshot of specified window that is not the current window shown. Example my window is down there minimized and i want to take picture at it.

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Well, is it possible that it could focus and maximize the window take screenshot and minimize it?

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Well how i get back to windows background or to background i came from? :)

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Certainly is.

WinActivate() should do the trick.

EDIT:

In fact WinSetState() might be better, for both restoring and minimizing the window.

 

WinSetState() works like charm, ty :)

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