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I'm looking for a search tool that would enable me to search every program I use at the same time, bringing up relevant results. Something like Google Cloud Search. The idea would be to have a single search bar, that would search such diverse programs as Todoist, Microsoft OneNote, Telegram Messenger, Google Drive, Gmail,  etc. all at approximately the same time, so no matter where I have put a vital bit of info, I could find it.

Since all the programs I have mentioned can run in a browser, perhaps a solution could be devised that would search multiple webpages at the same time. You could perhaps have each app open in its own tab. The ability to search desktop apps at the same time, such as Windows Explorer, would be great. There are already  programs a little similar to this such as Copernic and X1 Search, but they're not flexible enough for me.

I wonder if such a program might even have marketing potential, if it could be customized to where people could search any place they wished, since search is pretty much a fundamental part of the computer world nowadays.

Thanks for a quick reply; that will be most helpful!

I want to use Mini Cap to take many consecutive screenshots, and continually save the new image with the same file name, automatically overwriting the old file of the previously taken screenshot. The screenshots will be triggered on a continual basis by an external program. There should be no Windows message warning I am about to overwrite; just a new screenshot as often as I want to, to the same folder, there being no more than one image file in that folder at a time. What argument would I use, and can someone give a complete command line example using the aforementioned argument, capturing a given segment of screen while silently overwriting the previous capture? Thanks!

I do remote IT work for various clients. I always have to call ahead to be sure I am not interrupting anyone's work before logging into their PC. I would find it really useful to be able to have a small program running on the remote computer, that would email me when the client has been away from their computer for a certain amount of time. My particular client has an irregular schedule and I have to jump in and do remote work whenever I get the chance. I can't be calling him up all day to find out if he's using his computer, hence my desire for an email notification.

Screenshot Captor / Assistance needed with the MiniCap command line
« on: February 08, 2014, 08:07 PM »
I'm trying to integrate MiniCap into an Auto Hotkey script with the -regioncapture command. Can someone give me an example of using this command, please? Here is what I have:
Run, C:\Program Files (x86)\MiniCap\MiniCap.exe -captureregion 200,200,500,500
I'm guessing the first two numbers should be the top left x and y screen coordinates of the region, and the last two numbers should be the bottom left x and y?
The red MiniCap box pops up, and then I have to manually do the screenshot, instead of it automatically capturing the given region like I want. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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