The "clipboard" is a WINDOWS thing, not a Phoenix thing.
The "Print Screen" button on your computer will capture a screen shot of the entire display window and place it on the WINDOWS clipboard. You can then PASTE (CTRL-V, Shift-Insert) the clipboard data into many different Windows applications.
If you hold down the "ALT" button at the same time you hit the Print Screen button, only the contents of the active window will be stuck up on the Windows clipboard.
Once you have that image on the Windows clipboard, you could open up the Windows Paint program and PASTE the contents of the clipboard onto the canvas. Use the SAVE AS feature to have Paint save the file as a JPG file. Post that JPG to your gallery, or use the FastPhoto option to load it into your fast photo gallery on RR.
This picture was captured from my screen by pressing PRINT SCREEN. Note that the entire display was captured.
This picture was captured from the same screen by pressing the ALT key down at the same time the Print Screen button was pressed. Notice that only the active window was captured, not the entire display screen.
A screen shot from the Phoenix Version 2.0 beta testing when my old AGP video card finally ran out of gas...the rendering of the water and sand failed...
Nothing a newer AGP video card with more memory and a better processor capable of handling DirectX 9.0c wouldn't fix a few days later:
Both pictures captured using Print Screen, and pasted into Paint Shop Pro, then saved as JPGs to upload here.
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