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I am using Selenium and a .net class to image capture the browser.  When attempting to grab the browser and capture its screen shot (via user32.dll import) selenium is crashing.  How do I prevent the crash.  Selenium grabs te browser and I grab the browser.  How can we share?
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I use selenium.captureEntirePageScreenshot() heavily and have no issues, does that work for your implementation?
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hello

if you are not good at Selenium

read following book

Overview of Selenium 1.0 Testing Tools: Beginner’s Guide
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Yes, capture the entire screen works.  But what I'm needing to achieve is target capture by app bounds.  My C# code will do this but when wrapped in Nunit it always fails.  Image validation functionality would make selenium a much more capable tool.
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