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#include <ScreenCapture.au3> Local $hBmp ; Capture full screen $hBmp = _ScreenCapture_Capture("") _ScreenCapture_SaveImage("C:\Software\autoitscripts\scripts\images\prp\ocr\"&"ocr_01.PNG",$hBmp) Sleep(1000) _ScreenCapture_Capture("C:\Software\autoitscripts\scripts\images\prp\ocr\"&"ocr_02.PNG") Sleep(1000) ShellExecute("C:\Software\autoitscripts\scripts\images\prp\ocr\"&"ocr_01.PNG") Sleep(1000) ShellExecute("C:\Software\autoitscripts\scripts\images\prp\ocr\"&"ocr_02.PNG") Hi All,
This is my first post and I have checked the forum. If this question has been asked and answered I apologise.
The code above is intended to save the whole screen to a directory; it doesn't work.
I have downloaded and copied and renamed the files referenced in https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/192254-33143-fixes/ to my includes directory.
Clearly there is some step that I am missing; do I need to download and register a dll?
I know that I am using two different methods above but neither works for me.
I would like to get a region of the screen but avoiding having to save to a file first.
I believe it is a lack of knowledge on my part but the GUICtrlSetImage function does not allow you to define an image without being a file.
How to do this:
;.... $Pic3 = GUICtrlCreatePic("", 8, 64, 84, 84, -1, _ $WS_EX_STATICEDGE) ;para ter borda em baixo relevo ;.... _ScreenCapture_Capture(@ScriptDir & "\areatemp.jpg", 10, 10, 200, 200) GUICtrlSetImage($Pic3, @ScriptDir & "\areatemp.jpg") ;....
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?