scrolling windows left to right automatic

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hi,

I tried several browsers, checked forum posts and tested with several settings, but it isnt possible to auto capture a screen from left to right automatically?
Am i correct or am i doing something wrong?

regards,
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deheugden

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Posted 8 months ago

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Paul

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Panoramic capture will do what you want.
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deheugden

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many thanks for the reply. I have tested with the panoramic capture, it only captures the first screen. I doesnt go automatically to the next screen and when i go manualy to the next screen, it still doesnt capture the second, or third screen
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Paul

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Can you tell us a little more about what you are trying to do please?

You mention separate "screens".  Are these extensions of the existing screen or separate screens?

Panoramic capture is designed to aloo you wo capture the whole of a screen but then continue to capture more detail as you scroll the screen to bring more into the display.  That can ve a horizontal or vertical scroll, or both (in the latter case you need to complete you scroll on one axis before scrolling the other.) 

The key is the scroll bars.  They need to be present for this function to work. AFAIK  
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Rick Grunwald

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A problem with panoramic capturing ...
TIt has a start button that you hit when you have selected the horizontal area. THEN you scroll down as far as you wish to capture
THEN you may not see the "Stop" button as it is in back of other windows.. If that is the case it should be on the taskbar and clicking will bring it to the fore. ALT TAB will get you there too of course
That is one of my irritations too, but you should find it there
If that is NOT the case please post back
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In addition to what the other Rick described, this Rick will also add that you aren't limited to up/down scrolling to expand the capture vertically. You may also scroll left and right to expand the capture horizontally.

Cheers...