Dec 282017
 
Capture almost any screen display to a disk (.com) file. Use Graeme McRae's cellent SCRUNCH program to compress them into much smaller files.
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Capture almost any screen display to a disk (.com) file. Use Graeme McRae’s cellent SCRUNCH program to compress them into much smaller files.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
QUIKSDOC.COM 1096 1083 deflated
QUIKSHOT.BAS 1280 622 deflated
QUIKSHOT.COM 265 253 deflated
QUIKSHOT.DOC 1629 685 deflated

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QUIKSHOT (TSR) PC Magazine Capture most screen images to a disk file Load "quikshot" from DOS, or from an AUTOEXEC.BAT (or other batch file). To save a screen image, hit "LeftShift" and "PrtSc" keys simultaneously. Each disk file produced by QUIKSHOT is named "QUIK---?.COM" where ? is a letter from A to Z. Capture up to 26 screens in one session. In most application programs, QUIKSHOT is safe and transparent. Rare is the freeze or "Internal Stack Failure." But the hotkeys won't work on some .EXE programs. Experiment. Most QUIKSHOT-produced files are 16447 bytes; some text & graphics files are 4159 (rarely 2111 or 10343). Use Graeme McRae's SCRNCH to compress. 890602 Steve Hoglund message me at BBS: (703) 978-6360 oftware ps or: 1414 17th St NW, Wash DC 20036 (202) 387-8907 [23H


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