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2016/12/23 04:36:10 (permalink)
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Command line capture

Is it possible for the command line capture to open that snapped picture in Hypersnap
that is already open and has previously snapped pictures loaded up?
Because i want them all saved later with custom names that i figure out at a later time.
Only thing i was able to achieve was snapped pic opens in another instance of hypersnap
so for every capture i make i would have another hypersnap open .

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    Re: Command line capture 2016/12/23 08:43:02 (permalink)
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    I'm not sure if I understand your question. If you want to open an image from a file in HyperSnap 8 window though a command line, you may type something like:
     
    [path]\HprSnap8 filename.jpg
     
    This opens the image a new HyperSnap window, if HyperSnap was not running yet, or else will open the image in another tab of the already running instance of HyperSnap
     
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    Re: Command line capture 2016/12/28 02:38:09 (permalink)
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    Thanks for your reply.
    Somehow command line always has some shortcomings for me that doesn't suits me.
    I will try a different approach.  
    Last question; is it possible to externally manipulate "Repeat last capture" setting in real time.
    I know i could manually enter last capture values in ini file, but that requires me selecting
    "read configuration" every time i want that modify input to take effect.
    It would be perfect if i could modify some registry setting (with autohotkey for example)
    just before i press f11 so last capture is always modified in real time.
    Is that possible to do?
     
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    Re: Command line capture 2016/12/28 09:48:02 (permalink)
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    I'm sorry, I don't have ability to manipulate externally HyperSnap settings in such a way so they instantly are taken into account. Changing registry would not help, because HyperSnap reads the registry only at startup.
     
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