Tuesday, May 3, 2011

FaithBook

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18 Comments

  1. I want to feel bad for Stephanie. But who the hell doesn’t know how to take a screen cap nowadays?

  2. ifitwerentformyhorse

    I’ve seen so many people take photos rather than screencaps! In their defense, it’s easier to fake a screencap, so this makes it more authentic I guess.

  3. Nice lamebook, so posts that criticise you are getting moderated now?

    Fuckers.

  4. cockneyplebel

    My comments being moderated? Why?? I didn’t use any words that weren’t in the bloody post itself!!

  5. I set the over/under at 30 minutes from now until someone posts Suroor’s member page.

  6. stomabeutel v1.1 with added empathic capabilities

    Your comment is awaiting moderation. May 3rd, 2011 at 9:44 am

  7. stomabeutel v1.1 with added empathic capabilities

    Nothing I wrote as a comment was moderate….

  8. I’m a 19-year-old college student and I have no idea how to screen cap. Anyone wanna enlighten me?

  9. Internet Explorer fail.

  10. ifitwerentformyhorse

    @gwoodard8 – Press the Fn + Prt Sc (Print Screen) buttons (I think this works for most computers, if not it’ll have a similar button). Paste into any image editing program (even Paint will work). Edit/save.

  11. @ gwoodward8

    Step 1. Click the “Print screen” key.
    Step 2. Click “paste” on MS Paint.
    Step 3. Save the image in Paint as a JPEG.

    Done.

  12. Samwise has it right. Just hit the “Prt sc” button. I’ve actually never even noticed the “Fn” button before until ifitwerentformyhorse pointed it out, but I’ve never used that to print screen.

  13. If your “prt sc” is with another button (mine shares a key with “insert,” don’t you know), you’ll need the fn key.

  14. ifitwerentformyhorse

    @samwise – I always save it as a PNG because it doesn’t lose resolution that way, as far as I can tell anyway. It takes up more space than a JPEG, but less than a Bitmap.

  15. ifitwerentformyhorse

    My “Prt Sc” key shares it with “Sys Rq”. Well, the jist of what to do is the same.

  16. For Mac users:

    Command Shift 3 – whole screen
    Command Shift 4 – drag to select an area to capture
    Command Shift 4, then the space bar – click to take a screen cap of the current window that the mouse is hovering over.

  17. For Mac users:

    Command Shift 3 – whole screen
    Command Shift 4 – drag to select an area to capture
    Command Shift 4, then the space bar – click to take a screen cap of the current window that the mouse is hovering over.
    ————————————-
    For PC users

    Hit Print screen key

    Paste

    Done

  18. In the newer versions of Windows there’s a program called Snippit under Accessories that helps you select certain parts of the screen to capture, its a lot easier to use than the print screen & paint.

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