Re: open source screen capture
I don't know how you got 874 hits for screen capture when
you queried SourceForge. Their topic for screen captures
(Multimedia / Graphics / Capture / Screen Capture) contains
only 57 items. Of those 57 items, less than half are actually
tools for making screen shots, and not all of those are for
Windows. Furthermore, just because a tool is free does not
mean that it is open source, which was specifically requested
by the original poster.
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