John, didn't mean to put you on "ignore".<br><br>I was searching to see when Krasni last posted. 8 or 9 days ago. Since she travels, I didn't think that was unusual that she had not posted for a while.<br><br>Me? I've been a member here since 05/19/01 and have 260 posts. I visit often and contribute from time-to-time.<br><br><br><br>I also ask occasional questions and always get good help in other rooms here.<br><br>I have really enjoyed the atmosphere the past week. Participation has increased and threads appear to have more substance. Occasionally, the fluff gets pretty deep but I think it is great there is a place to fluff it up! for those who enjoy.<br>--------<br><br>Not to change the subject [when someone says that, you KNOW they are going to "change the subject" ] --<br><br>I just upgraded to 10.2.x.x.x.x.x.x Keep finding things just slightly different here and there. When I took the above screen capture, it was a PDF! I don't want a PDF. Discovered I could hold down control and make it go to clipboard but I'd rather have a JPG. Any way you know of doing that?<br><br>
There are plenty of shareware programs to do it quick and easy for you. I know of some that are a droplet. You drop the PDF on them and it converts to a jpg. I personally use SnapzProX, which is an awesome program, but costs $$.<br>You can pick what format, what size, etc. of your screensots.<br><br>
wanted to dink around with SnapzPro. Guess I'll get that. I still think it is stupid to save a screen capture as a pdf! Why?<br><br>Is there an advantage to saving a screen capture as a PDF. I'd really like to know. Apple must have had a good reason/logic for it. Am I missing something you can do with pictures in PDF? Guess this is a rant, eh?<br><br>
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