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Old 12 August 2001, 02:02   #1
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Screen shots

I wonder if it's possible to save screen shots from the emulators I use (WinUAE and WinFellow) or do I need a special capture program for that?
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Old 12 August 2001, 02:16   #2
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Well

I know Sane has just modified WinUAE and added such a feature, but I don't know where you can download it from I'm affraid.

But there are other options, if you want to take more than one image at a time you'll need something like HyperSnap DX, but if you are happy taking one picture at a time the print scrn key works wonders Just press it, load up you favourite image manipulation package, or Paint and paste in the image.
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http://sane.myip.org/winuae[screenshots].zip

using this modified winuae you can take screenshots by pressing F11 during the emulation, a .bmp will be saved into the same dir as the executable.
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