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I'm writing a grafx editor, and want to place it to my webpage; I also want to place some screenshots of it.
How can i screenshot it?
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Simply press the print key (the one right from the F12 key).
Then start paintbrush and press Ctrl-V.

Regards, Madshi.
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Thx. I didn't think that will be so easy
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