Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Signals, Feb 25, 2011.
I'm bored so I'm starting another desk top screen shot thread.
Whats on your desk top?
How did you get a background like that?
Are you referring to the photo, the wide screen, the fences containing the icons or the screen capture?
Screen capture and that beautiful scene.
The key to the right of your F12 key (Prt Scr SysRq) will copy your current screen, then paste and save in any graphics program such as MsPaint. The scene itself I got from some unknown desktop photo website.
heh this is a family website so i cant post whats on my background =P
What city is that background from?
It is the Granville Street Bridge in Vancouver
This does not work for me. I pressed prt sc, when to Paint, but could not find a way to copy it?
In MSPaint click Edit, then Paste, or right click and paste into new doc.
After I prt sc, then edit, paste is there but not an option.
you have to hold down "ctrl" and "prt scrn" at the same time, then paste into MS paint
Almost bbgun...I found out how to do it with Vista.
The prt sc has a little bubble around it so I have to press fn (with the bubble around it) that is next to the ctrl button.
Do you and signals use Vista or XP?