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[Closed] Scroling Control / Scrolling Window Capture?

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Using ScreenCapture.au3, I was able to easily perform the following operations:

Screen Capture:

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(use #include <ScreenCapture.au3>)

My question is...

Is there a simply way to get "Scrolling Control Capture"?

by that, I mean,

take this for example:

Open Windows Explorer,

Look at the Folders Tree on the left, and assume you got a very long tree there(like if you opened many folders),

and now you want to Capture an image of this control, in full.

Is there a short way to do it?

coz if not, I can think of a way to implement it,


- Perform a Control Capture,

- Cut off vertical and/or horizontal scrollbars from the image

- Scroll the control to its next "page" via _GUIScrollBars_ScrollWindow(),

- Control Capture again,

- Stick capture #2 with capture #1

- etc.

any chance I can get it in a simpler way?

thank you

Edited by Zohar

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I also want to know how to Scroll Capture using au3 code

who can give a example au3 code for this

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