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Cannot take screenshots
#1
This has been brought up time and time again, and I finally have the game running smoothly, and i'm ready to take screenshots and.. I'm unable to. FN+f8 doesn't do anything (how my laptop uses F keys). What's going wrong? I NEED to take snapshots of this game, as from a request, and this is my last hope of being able to fulfill that. Also, is it possible to move the hotkey off of f8?
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#2
I would check and see if it's working 1st by taken a screenshot of your desktop and pasting it into paint.

If it works there but no in pcsx2...
Try windowed mode...
If that doesn't work, try a diff renderer.

Some cards can't take screenshots of certain kinds of windows, vmr as an example for ati cards.
So you might have to experiment a little.


Edit:
Oh and one possible solution might be to change up your input plugin config.
That may be preventing you from using your Func keys, who knows.

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#3
My best advice is to get a freeware software for screencapping [preferably one that auto-saves], I'm using something that isn't freeware called Hypersnap DX. I can get easy screencaps of anything and I've taken thousands.
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(07-24-2010, 05:12 AM)Dangerousd777 Wrote: My best advice is to get a freeware software for screencapping [preferably one that auto-saves], I'm using something that isn't freeware called Hypersnap DX. I can get easy screencaps of anything and I've taken thousands.

May I ask how you get it to autosave? It hints at it in the help pages, but never actually points out where.
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#5
F9? That worked for me Smile
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