Thank you for the suggestion. I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out ScreenshotCaptor though.
Does ScreenshotCaptor have commandline capability? Such as MiniCap does?
My problem is that I'm totally blind, and am unable to use the mouse to navigate a visually oriented application such as this very successfully.
This is why the MiniCap application is so useful. The commandline capability, combined with the ability to pass a window handle to capture the current browser window, is easily integratable with any accessible scripting language.
I'm currently working on a project for SSBBartgroup.com, which is an in-house application that will automate our module creation process. Modules consisting of the saved out source code for a given page at runtime, the JAWS For Windows virtual buffer content (which is a screen reader for the blind), and the active screenshot for the page (which MiniCap would be perfect for implementing).
MiniCap really is a great application.
Is there a way for me to simply give ScreenshotCaptor a url to http://gallery.gutterstar.net
in order to test the output? I could have one of my sighted coworkers verify the result if so. I chose gallery.gutterstar.net because I know how complecated it can be to capture, having put the sight together years ago.
Thank you again, and have a great day.