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|06. Jan 2011, 08:58 AM||#15 (permalink)|
deya, my pleasure in sharing that info .
movrshakr, its strange that the scroll capture is working for other applications, but not for browsers. I don't know the reason for that. I had tried it on my Firefox browser, and I was successful with the above method, and yes, the scroll does go all the way down to the end of page.
I see that you are trying to move the slider downward. I would suggest not to do that, and instead, just simply click in the red area, and that's it. Don't slide or do anything. After clicking with the left click, just leave it alone. It automatically slides down to the bottom of page. So, wait for it to do that, and see if it happens.
Are you using the laptop mousepad, or an external mouse? If you have an external mouse, maybe you can try with that. I can suggest just this at the moment, because that is what I can think of.
Well, atleast you got it to work on other applications, so its progress, and you now know how its done .
Video showing how to use PicPick application to take screenshots in Windows 10. Detailed instructions - https://www.pcrisk.com/computer-technician-blog/windo. PicPick is a screenshot taking and editing tool. It supports png, jpeg, gif, bmp and pdf files. PicPick has a free version but for automatic updates and commercial usage, users must purchase a license.