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how to print in motif

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i want to know how do u capture the screen displayed as an output from one of the motif files.i mean print screen was not working.we work on solaris machines so how can u capture the screen???any suggestions?????
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http://www.mne.ksu.edu/~holland/work/solaris.html

is the Solaris FAQ. In there you find references to a screendump utility
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thanks actually i got it workiing in the morning but thanks a lot for the help.
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