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> Beg to differ: unless you taking photographs of the screen, the monitor
> has nothing to do with the quality of the captures. The video card
> itself shouldn't either. Unless you're in XWindows or something, a
> 400x300 pixel window is going to be 400x300 pixels whether it's taking
> up most of a 640x480 screen, or merely a small corner of a 1280x1024
> screen. Monitor, video card and display resolution will certainly
> affect how the capture *looks* on your system, but they should not have
> any effect on the quality of the capture itself.
Do you mean to suggest that a screen capture made on an old EGA monitor
will have the same quality as one made on an SVGA?
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