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LATEST VERSION INFO THREAD - ScreenshotCaptor - v4.38.0 - Mar 23, 2020

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The new manual scrolling capture function should make it fairly painless to do your own scrolling (vertical, horizontal, or both) and handle situations where automatic scrolling doesn't work well.

Now when you select a manual scrolling capture, you do your own scrolling, hitting PrtScr hotkey on each page as you scroll, and then tell the program when you are done.
You can then stitch the captured images together using the normal scrolling capture assembly dialog.

I'd like to get some feedback on the new feature.

Anyone test the new manual scrolling capture?

Hi forum. Fantastic program !!

Please. Are there alternatives to Screenshot Captor for GNU/Linux distros?
Around RPM, or DEB packages?
What a imbroglio.

PS: migrating plan.

Filipe Meira Castro:
Hi Mouser,

Have tested the scroll windows capturing for the first time.
It worked really good and fast in auto mode. (Quite complex the menu but just accepted default settings and SSC did everything!!) So then I tried with the manual mode, pretty straight forward instructions and same result achieved. Well done!


v4.8.5 - May 14, 2014

* [MajorImprovement] Completely revamped the "manual" method of performing a scrolling capture, to make it easier to do your own scrolling on stubborn windows.
* [MinorImprovement] Added some commandline options for use with an already running copy of Screenshot Captor.
* [MinorFeature] You can now toggle the object-capture behavior to not present the "What Now?" dialog where you can choose scrolling capture, etc., and instead do an immediate object/region capture.
* [Improvement] Minor improvements to Scrolling Capture workflow/instructions/warnings.


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