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Old 11 June 2004, 12:09   #1
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how to grab screen of AMOS programs...

Hi people!

Many games was created with AMOS Basic.
I need grab some screenshots of this game at real Amiga.

I know left Amiga Key+A switch the multitasking, but AMOS probably not uses standard system names of screens (sorry, i'm not a programmer)
Opened screen is not visible, is there any tool program that can save screenshot
when the Amos basic game runs?

THX 4 HLP,
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If you can switch back to WB you can use a tool like SGrab to capture the screens

Look into Aminet for it !
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If you can switch back to WB you can use a tool like SGrab to capture the screens

Look into Aminet for it !
Thanks, i try it..

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