Posts Tagged ‘screen capture’

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Update: HTC Touch Diamond 2 is now Windows Mobile 6.5

November 6, 2009

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Are you using HTC Touch Diamond 2 (T5353)? Download the latest ROM upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5 now.

Below are some screen shots to entice you to do so 🙂 Most of the screen shots are specifically for Windows Mobile 6.5.

Diamond2 - Main Screen

The icon is now with color

Diamond2 - Stock

The stock screen

Diamond2 - Weather

Weather looks the same

Diamond2 - Programs

Honeycomb Program listing

Diamond2 - Contact1

The usual contact screen

Diamond2 - Contact2

Link with Facebook

Diamond2 - Input

Option for Chinese Input

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Input option

Diamond2 - Location

Location Service

Diamond2 - Market Place

The built-in marketplace

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Marketplace

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Marketplace

Diamond2 - Market Place3

Marketplace

Diamond2 - Market Place4

Marketplace

Diamond2 - Market Place5

Marketplace - Payment for Paid Apps

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Marketplace - Setting up Credit Card

Diamond2 - Settings

Settings

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Settings

Diamond2 - Settings2

Settings

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Tips: Screen Capture on MacOS X

February 25, 2009

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Mac OS X has a built-in ability to capture screenshots using simple keyboard commands, with shots saved to the Desktop as “Picture 1, 2, 3, etc.” This feature can be exceptionally useful for generating documents, or sending system configurations to friends and colleagues. Although most users are aware of the basic functionality of the screen capture feature, there are some hidden features that can really enhance the usability of screenshots.

Using “Screen Capture” Here is a list of the known features of “Screen Capture” (using key commands to take screen shots):

  • “shift-command-3” — The basic screenshot, will take an image of the full screen.
  • “shift-command-4” — The “selection” mode, will take a shot of the area outlined by dragging the cursor.
  • “shift-command-4” then tapping “Space” — The “Window” mode, will take a shot of the highlighted window.
  • “shift-command-4” dragging, then holding “space” — Drag mode, will allow the current sized box to be relocated.
  • “shift-command-4” then “options” — The “center” mode, will resize the box focusing on the center.
  • “shift-command-4” then “shift” — The “axis” lock, will resize while locking the movement to one axis, determined by initial mouse movement.

Pressing “escape” before releasing the mouse in any mode will cancel the screenshot.

Holding “control” in any mode (ie: “control-shift-command-3”) will output the results to the clipboard instead of to a file, allowing the contents to immediately be pasted into documents.

Go on, try it out yourself!

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