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Best application to capture scrolling windows


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RiverSalmon

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Hello :)

for whatever reason mi snagit stopped working and now every capture it makes is a black screen. I need to make frequent captures of scrolling windows to show my clients their stats. what other program would you recommend, if possible freeware, if not I'll pay whatever it costs
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starjax

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have you tried removing and reinstalling snag-it?

Take a look at this thread snagit tech support thread
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Thanks for the answer

yes I've tried to delete-reinstall it several times, and I even posted a topic on the snagit forums and followed all the steps on that page you provided without any result

The problem is so far I havent found a good capture program that could capture scrolling windows

Edited by RiverSalmon, 13 October 2008 - 02:40 PM.

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Well after uninstalling kaspersky (KAV7), snagit magically worked again, and now I can capture scrolling windows like I used to.

Perhaps this "solution" can help someone out there who is as lost as I was and is using KAV.
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That is an interesting solution. I might suggest avg or avast as alternatives to KAV.
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