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ScreenShot save without DLL

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

This is my first shot at a screen shot prog. Windows is required.

One of the bugs is that it freezes if the folder already has an "image1.bmp"

It operates by taking a screen shot to the clipboard, opening paint and pasting it, then saving it

Source included.

(i know it sucks but it's my first real try)

EDIT: oops. forgot to include source! fixed

Edited by codemyster

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I did include source! screenshot_src.au3! its in the zip.

oh... its a shortcut to the soruce on my own comp... fixing

Edited by codemyster

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what's wrong with

your source
??

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There are some few problems with this:

1: If anybody click the mouse or press some few buttons on the keyboard it wouldnt work all time.

2:If your OS languange are other than english then it would simple wait all the time.

3:If you play a game you can but i dont think that it is so good to do that


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I think most people would prefer to use the dll but nice try.


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yeah i know. just needed a little autoit practice.

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If it helps you gain experience then do it. I'm in no way trying to make you look bad. I was like you once. Keep trying and one day you'll understand AutoIt really well. :D


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I was like you once.

You were a woman? :D

:P J/K... I couldn't resist!!

P.S. - codemyster may not even be a female... :D


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haha :D


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yeah, NOT a female! (i'll disregard what you said... for now)

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UPDATE:

Still pretty basic, but now only saves the active window, also multi-lingual... (done by removing WinWaitActive and just replaced with a sleep)

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hey codemyster, cool idea...

send("!{printscreen}")
run("mspaint.exe")
ProcessWait ("mspaint.exe", 10)
ControlSend("untitled - Paint","","","^v")
ControlSend("untitled - Paint","","","^s")
WinWaitActive("Save As")
ControlSend("Save As","","","{enter}")
ControlSend("Save As","","","y")
ProcessClose("mspaint.exe")

This may work a bit better for speed and such...maybe you can work on it from here.

It's always a bit stetchy to use sleep() when it take different amouts of time for differnt computers.

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ok, thanks

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