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    just started using v3.7MR3 and my when i take a screen capture and paste it into word they are really small and crappy looking. in v3.5MR2 they would take up the whole page and look very clear.

    i tried messing with the open gl settings and tried to look for some sort of screen capture adjustment but that didn't work. ????

  • #2
    That sounds weird. Do you get the same when you paste into Paint?
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    • #3
      yes.

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      • #4
        Try adding/changing the registry key in the EditWindow section for :

        "EWScreenCaptureBitmapWidth"

        It defaults to 608 so captures fit nicely on reports, but it sounds like you may want it bigger.

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        • #5
          Still on MR1, but,...


          When I paste to a page, I paste in MS Word, then prine to a PDF file.
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          • #6
            That is odd. I can't say I have had applications behave differently on screen capture like that. This might not be a fix but it may get you around it if it works. I am assuming you are maximized when you do a print screen. Could you restore down PCDMIS and strech it to the screen size so it is not actually "maximized" pre say then do a print screen and see how it works out that way (I'm kind of reaching here)? I would not have anything to offer asside from that.

            Craig
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            • #7
              A glorious beacon of light? Impressive.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by nkayWAI
                Try adding/changing the registry key in the EditWindow section for :

                "EWScreenCaptureBitmapWidth"

                It defaults to 608 so captures fit nicely on reports, but it sounds like you may want it bigger.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by J. Pick
                  A glorious beacon of light? Impressive.
                  Yeh but this glorius becon of light was lost on this one. I don't hold a candle to nkaywai.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by craiger_ny
                    That is odd. I can't say I have had applications behave differently on screen capture like that. This might not be a fix but it may get you around it if it works. I am assuming you are maximized when you do a print screen. Could you restore down PCDMIS and strech it to the screen size so it is not actually "maximized" pre say then do a print screen and see how it works out that way (I'm kind of reaching here)? I would not have anything to offer asside from that.

                    Craig
                    i am using the screen capture option in pc-dmis Operation/Graphics Display Window/Screen Cature To > and pasting to word.


                    in the settings edit where nkay said to go it had 'NONE (608)' i tried changing it to 'NONE (1200)' and it said invalid # so i just put '1200' and that worked.
                    Last edited by \v/inston; 11-28-2006, 05:52 PM.

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                    • #11
                      HA HA I was lost completely lol
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                      • #12
                        Now, thats funny.
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                        • #13
                          Dang Craiger! Thats gonna be a long cruise for you to the "convention". I hope it doesn't keep you from coming. I'm looking forward to meeting you!
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                          • #14
                            Winston,
                            maybe easy way will be to make a printscreen from the full screen in PC-DMIS, cut this in Paint, and without any saving, copy that one more time from paint, and copy to the report in word file.

                            after all use pdf creator, or pdf printer; and create pdf file.

                            best regards
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by bamsek View Post
                              Winston,
                              maybe easy way will be to make a printscreen from the full screen in PC-DMIS, cut this in Paint, and without any saving, copy that one more time from paint, and copy to the report in word file.

                              after all use pdf creator, or pdf printer; and create pdf file.

                              best regards

                              This is what i do. Hit printscreen, open paint & paste. Grab what i want & open another paint & paste & save.
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