posted on Aug, 20 2006 @ 04:26 PM
If ANYONE knows how I can take a screenshot of a DOS full-screen program (not windowed) inside of Windows XP...I'd upload and SHOW you guys all the
graphs for the month, week, and even 7-year spans.
If time is fractal as this theory states...we are living through the resonance of the fall of the Roman empire...interesting...they had "Barbarian
Hordes" destroying them...we have "Worldwide Terrorism" brining us down...
So, I ask once more...anyone have any idea how I can snap a full-screen snapshot of a DOS program running "full screen" under XP?
It's really quite striking. The ebb and flow of novelty can even correspond with an individual (if this is fracal after all!) ... I can predict
events--only as far as "somthing unusual will happen" when I see the novelty hit a "high point" in relation to it's immediate surrounding values.
I'm running a DOS version of the Timewave software...it dosen't allow me to print or export (at least workably) the screens i'm using...
I've tried to download 3rd-party software to enable me to snap screenshots--but these always come out plain black. I'm very frustrated and feel that
no one will take any of this seriously unless they can SEE for themselves.
I've done hours of google searches on how to snap screenshots of full-screen DOS apps under XP...to no avail...
Like I said, if nothing happends I'll admit I was had...
[edit on 20-8-2006 by MystikMushroom]