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But you might also check out the littler brother of Screenshot Captor called MiniCap, which is a smaller commandline tool designed to be invoked from other programs:You suggested MiniCap before, wouldn't that be a quicker start&capture than the full ScreenshotCaptor executable?
https://www.donation...popular-apps/minicap-mouser (August 23, 2019, 11:28 AM)
Besides that, the symptoms are not those of a virus.Apologies, that's not what I was suggesting.-BGM (June 11, 2019, 04:55 PM)
I push printscreen and when I go to select the area, the crosshairs and the full-size image moves to the next monitor.Is it possible that you have another program grabbing the PrtScr hotkey, pulling the focus to another monitor and thus messing up the SSC workflow?-BGM (May 26, 2019, 09:38 PM)
I have come to the conclusion that what I want I can't get.But you can go to a thrift shop or computer fair to buy a cheap second-hand secondary monitor for your computer, so the alternatives mentioned can be had for a small budget.-JohanV (March 29, 2019, 04:01 AM)
that will monitor a specific window even when it is not in focus and I have another window open.It is not guaranteed that the window content is updated if another window is (partially) covering it, so that might be quite a challenge... and maybe a little less if you can place that window visible and uncovered. And then there is a chance that the application detects it doesn't have focus and lowers/ceases the screen update frequency.-JohanV (March 26, 2019, 08:44 AM)