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Post your Desktop! [pics]
Posted 19 August 2007 - 03:06 PM
I would, but i dont know how.
- The first step is to create the windows that you want to capture and leave them up on the screen.
- Just to the right of your keyboard, you should see three groups of keys. The lower set of keys usually is a group of arrow keys. Above that is usually a set of some six keys that are labeled "Insert," "Home," "Page Up," etc. Above that should be three keys that have rather odd labels - like Pause/Break and ScrLk. One of those keys should be labeled PrtScrn/SysRq. Pressing Alt-PrintScreen (Alt-PrtScrn) places an image of the frontmost window on the clipboard. Pressing PrintScreen by itself places an image of the entire desktop on the clipboard.
- If you press PrtScrn/SysRq, nothing will appear to have happened. However, your computer just took a snapshot of its screen and stored that picture on its clipboard, much as it stores information that you cut and paste.
- Open MS-Paint. (From Start/Run, issue the command "mspaint".) Create a new empty image, and use Edit/Paste to bring in the screenshot you just took. (If the screenshot is smaller than the default Paint canvas, you will end up with white areas. Start over: create a new empty image, change its dimensions to 1x1, and Paste again. The canvas will grow for the Paste, but it doesn't shrink.)
- Use MS-Paint to Save As, using PNG as the file format (it is superior to all the rest).
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Posted 19 August 2007 - 07:52 PM
Posted 19 August 2007 - 11:07 PM
its called ObjectDock, just google it
it eats up ALOT of ram though... i dont like it that much, but im lazy
Nice whiteninja wallpaper.
I'm gonna download that toolbar and give it a shot, it looks pretty sweet and I probably have enough RAM to run it.
Anyway, this is my background:
I kinda made it look like a mac.
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