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Screenshot Captor / Re: taking screenshot WITHOUT saving to file
« on: April 24, 2014, 06:23 PM »
Thanks; I appreciate the tip.

I do have one question, though.  You said "You have to set a screenshot folder somewhere . . .".

Why?

If the user does not want or need to store images in a pre-defined directory, why is this a "requirement"?

Is there some part of the underlying programming I'm missing that makes this so?

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Screenshot Captor / Re: taking screenshot WITHOUT saving to file
« on: April 24, 2014, 03:04 PM »
Does anyone know of a means of disabling the creation of the
C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\DonationCoder\ScreenshotCaptor directory?

And the My Favorites storage folder creation?

Perhaps have the install routine ask if the user wants the ini file saved in the user folder or the program folder, similar to the way IrfanView works?

I don't save Screenshots, but when I do, rarely, I normally save them to the place they need to be and not to some catch-all storage dump.

At the very least, allow the user to delete the folder names from the settings and delete the previously created folders, AND stop SC from recreating them?

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