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Old 09-06-2011, 10:24 AM   #1
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Smile Capturing Print Screen from command Prompt and Saving automatically to Clipboard


I am working on an AIR application that captures Screenshots and users captured Screenshot from Clipboard.

To capture Screenshot i have used a AIR-Java utility "senthil.jar" -2-0/
It works very well on Windows.

While Testing it on Linux.First i tested the .jar file directly on command line.It captured 100 + screenshots altogether and a dialog box pops up for location to save screenshot each time.

My Requirement is screenshot should be captured once when .jar file is executed once and output should go directly to Clipboard without user prompt.

Can anyone guide me through this problem.

Old 09-07-2011, 08:00 PM   #2
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I'm going to suggest you ask a moderator to move this thread to another forum, maybe programming. This forum is primarly for posting screenshot pictures, not questions about coding.

I think you can use the "Report" button for making the request.


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