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Possible to use Hypersnap to direct print the contents of a window? (without popping up)

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Possible to use Hypersnap to direct print the contents of a window? (without popping up)

Hello,
 
On a production system (Windows 7) there is Hypersnap Version 6.91.03.
Using this, is it possible to use Hypersnap to print the contents of a window, without having Hypersnap to use as a snipping tool?
 
Specifically:
A window is selected. The print button is pressed (or a combination). The document comes out of the printer. Without having the Hypersnap window popping up or use some snipping tool to click print.
 
This production system is very restricted, no taskbar. The operators are not allowed to start programs.
And I am probably not allowed to upgrade to a newer version - at least on my own.

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    Re: Possible to use Hypersnap to direct print the contents of a window? (without popping u 2018/06/21 15:44:01 (permalink)
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    You could use "Capture settings" menu function (on "Capture" menu) to turn off the "Restore this window to front after capture" option, and on the "Copy & Print" tab there set auto-printing of each capture. Then minimize HyperSnap window and press Ctrl+Shift+A to capture the currently active window (and print it instantly), or Ctrl+Shift+C to capture the client area of such window (that is its content, without title bar and frame).
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