Yes, there are several, I think. When you capture the scrolling window, you are simply asked to choose, by placing your mouse, whether the frame should be included or not. I made this one easily, using the $20 FastStone Capture. You can always edit your snapshots, in the in-build editor: (see attachment in previous post)
SiteShoter is a small utility that allows you to save a screenshot of any Web page into a file. It automatically creates hidden window of Internet Explorer, loads the desired Web page, and than save the entire content of the Web page into an image file (.png, .jpg, .tiff, .bmp or .gif).
That's an active window that electronixtar is showing.Not a web page.
That's a pretty clever idea.. perhaps i should add it to Screenshot Captor..
I used some "Gray Button Activator" hack input height.
QuoteI used some "Gray Button Activator" hack input height.Sounds interesting, can you elaborate on this?
Quote from: nosh on March 15, 2009, 02:23:33 AMQuoteI used some "Gray Button Activator" hack input height.Sounds interesting, can you elaborate on this?I use Windows Enabler but if you google "enable greyed out windows controls", you will find out other similar tools.
Just to clarify -- screenshot captor can already capture scrolling windows -- the new idea is a function to manually let you specify target size of a window which would be resized programatically and then captured and returned to original size.
Could this be done after the capture with another program?
you enabled the greyed out text input box for specifying height.
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