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accepted How can I take screenshots of YouTube videos in full screen?
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answered How can I take screenshots of YouTube videos in full screen?
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comment How can I take screenshots of YouTube videos in full screen?
Thanks but it destroys part of the image, I could just discard that part with Paint but the point was to get the whole image...
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comment How can I take screenshots of YouTube videos in full screen?
@techie007 I wanted to find a way to get the screenshot without losing part of the image...
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asked Email text encoded with ASCII+1 scheme?
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comment Utility to scale window content to fullscreen
I've been looking around and I am really surprised there isn't some utility which just scales any window in hardware, Aero uses hardware scaling on all the windows' contents constantly to generate the thumbnails, so why not apply that to scale a 640x480 window so it fills the screen? Arg! :)
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comment Utility to scale window content to fullscreen
Thanks, this is closest to the answer I was looking for. I had already tried windows magnifier in fullscreen, it's limited to 100%, 200% and 300% and it has other problems (screen moves with the mouse) but I'll try to find another magnfying program.
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comment Utility to scale window content to fullscreen
Thanks for the information. But constantly switching the monitor resolution is a relic from older times, it creates problems with multiple monitors and Aero, and is generally slow, inconvenient and buggy. I would like to run Starcraft in a window with something like virtualbox (it would also work with other games like Diablo etc.), and then fill the screen with that window, adding black bars on the sides if the aspect ratio is different, just like media player classic or any video player does.