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Trigun
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hi..
i have a question... is possible to save an area like x,y,x2,y2 and show this area in a window?

like the "SnippingTool" of windows 7 but with default cords...
what i want do is save an image of a specific area and show this img for X time... after that replace this img with a new image of the same area

ps sorry for my english ^^

Z_Gecko
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it´s possible
e.g. with http://www.autohotke...topic18146.html

Leef_me
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Hi Trigun,

I can't add anything to what Z_Gecko wrote.

But I did want to mention that your English is very understandable.
You do not need to apologize for it.

I have read others that have English as their first language that do need to apologize. :wink:

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hey Z_Gecko,

I have been meaning to ask some of the regulars that post as guest: "Why don't you register as a member?"
It would be great asset to be able to search for your postings by author and learn from your experience.

Z_Gecko
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Leef_me, i´m sorry to say that
it´s mostly a bad habit.
On some systems i use, i can´t log-in, so i got used to it
and ended up with logging-in only when i post own scripts.

I´ll try to change my habit.

Trigun
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tnx ^^ i can use this script :p

Trigun
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just another question...
for get an image in a window the only way is to add the window position + the pixel start to save?

or it can be done in another way?

Trigun
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btw i tried with this way and it not worked
WinGetPos, xCorner, yCorner
x1:= 356+xCorner
y1:= 588+yCorner
x2:= 673+xCorner
y2:= 788+yCorner
cords:= "%x1%,%y1%,%x2%,%y2%"
CaptureScreen(cords)

i tried with other short version like

WinGetPos, xCorner, yCorner
x1:= 356+xCorner
y1:= 588+yCorner
x2:= 673+xCorner
y2:= 788+yCorner
CaptureScreen("%x1%,%y1%,%x2%,%y2%")
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