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Offline zX_BEN_Xz

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Taking Screenshots
« on: April 13, 2013, 11:08:37 PM »
Any member off staff can ask you for a screenshot of your options menu, escape menu, etc. if they think you are using some form of hacks. If you refuse to do so you will be temporarily banned for a maximum of six months. If you have to ''go'' then take a screenshot before you leave and post it in your ban appeal as your counter-evidence

Windows

-Follow the member of staffs commands
-Press F2 which is located at the top of your keyboard
-Click the windows start button, Search %APPDATA% and click enter
-Go into .minecraft and then you will see a screenshot folder
-Upload the screenshot to http://imgur.com/ and link it to the member of staff

-Press the button ''PrntScr''
You can then do one of two things:
-When on http://imgur.com/ press Ctrl and V or
-Open Paint and press Ctrl and V, then save it as PNG image.
-Upload the screenshot to http://imgur.com/ and link it to the member of staff

-Download FRAPS and install it: http://frapsfull.blogspot.ie/
-By defualt, F10 is how to take screenshots
-Go to C:\Program Files\FRAPS\Screenshots
-Upload the screenshot to http://imgur.com/ and link it to the member of staff

-Search "snipping tool" in the start menu
-Select an area
-Save to wherever
-Upload to http://imgur.com


Mac

-Follow the member of staffs commands
-Press FN F2 which is located at the top of your keyboard
-Screenshot will be here: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/screenshots (Go to finder and search that)
-Upload the screenshot to http://imgur.com/ and link it to the member of staff

-Take a Screenshot: Command+Control+Shift+3
-Go on imgur and press the Apple button (Control Button) and V

Gyazo
-Download and install: http://gyazo.com/
-When you open Gyazo you will see a + which will allow you to crop an area (Drag it over your whole screen)
-It will open a new tab of the picture on your browser
-Link it to the member of staff


GNU/Linux with scrot

-Run "scrot filename.jpg" (or png).
-Upload to http://imgur.com.



« Last Edit: April 20, 2013, 06:19:04 PM by zX_BEN_Xz »

 

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