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ace_porate

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Hello,

recently during an online gaming event i took a screenshot of an opponent taking advantage of a bug in order to beat me. The game staff needs the screenshot for evidence in my case, but after the game, when i went to paint, i was unable to copy.

I tried Ctrl+V and Edit -> Paste, but nothing happened. it seemed as though nothing was copied. Now, i'm sure i pressed Print Screen but for some reason it didn't copy.

I was wondering if anyone knew of how to access past copied images, or images saved to a temp folder or something from Print Screen.

Thank you very much for your help.

Joe "ace_porate"

PS - To any malware fighters out there, i used to be in GeekU and learned a TON from ScHwErV, Michelle, admin, and the rest. Pass on my regards if you can.
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by no means this image is contained in the clipboard in your RAM, and it's not stored ion HD in temp folder.
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To capture a game shot I think you would need a program such as SnagIt, Capture-It! or etc.
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oh man that's not good.

oh well, thank you for your assistance anyways.

Take care

ace
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