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Hey all you out there using a dual monitor setup via your ti4600 DVI, who also use FSScreen for screen shots. ;-) Did that elliminate most of you??? ;-)I finally got a second monitor running via my Ti4600's DVI out put and when I try to use FSScreen it actually captures both screens and smashes it into the same file size, so it's basically two screenshots in one 1024 x 768 image.FSScreen is a very small utility which doesn't use a lot of sytem resources and consiquently i'm unable to find any options or settings in it to change this.I then tryed Hypersnap and it worked fine, only capturing a screenshot of my main screen, but Hypersnap places the annoying copyright in the photo. ;-)Anyone have sucess with the above combo?thanks for any help!lando

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Hi Lando,I have the same setup and I am using hardcopy and have no probs with it. I cannot tell you the download page but a search under Lycos should do.Alex

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Kool! Thanks Alex, found it, installed it, configured it and I think I got it working. Now I'll have to do it when I get home and hope I can get it working right with two monitors ;-)thanks for the info, I've never heard of the program before, but I found it.For anyone else that's interested here's the link to Hardcopy:http://www.hardcopy.de/hardcopy/english/Thanks again!

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I am using FSSCREEN with dual monitors, yes the screenshot saves as the image of both screens, you can however go in and use MSPaint to Cut out the image you want to save, then past the new image back on to a blank MSPaint screen, resize to your liking. Kevin

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Yeah, but u lose too much info then and it's smooshed ;-)Hardcopy was the answer to my ills ;-)

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Or try the excellent:Scrshot Managerfrom the download section of:www.fsdesign-berlin.da.ru

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