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Post screen, not chart?

Does anyone know if there is currently a way to post your entire screen, or even entire workspace, on futures.io (formerly BMT) instead of a single chart?

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If you're running windows 7, I would think the Snipping Tool would "get 'er done." I don't know how it would re-size on futures.io (formerly BMT) if you're workspace is six or 8 monitors.

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If you're running windows 7, I would think the Snipping Tool would "get 'er done." I don't know how it would re-size on futures.io (formerly BMT) if you're workspace is six or 8 monitors.

I'm still on Vista and XP.

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Does anyone know if there is currently a way to post your entire screen, or even entire workspace, on futures.io (formerly BMT) instead of a single chart?

I use Paint which can be found in every version Windows and the print screen button on the keyboard


Full Screen
  • use the prtscn key on the top right hand side of the keyboard to capture everything on the screen.
  • open paint and paste screenshot.
  • Save as image file to your computer.
  • upload image to bmt
Current Window:
  • Alt + prtscn will copy whatever window you are focused on.
  • open paint and paste screenshot.
  • Save as image file to your computer.
  • upload image to bmt
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Nice Is that one monitor?

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Nice Is that one monitor?

Making the assumption you are talking to me.. Yes, 27 inch monitor 1920 x 1080 resolution. I actually have 2 of them. Only the first one is pictured above.

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print screen, open paint brush, copy,paste, save...is inefficient IMO.

screen hunter is much easier. You can capture the entire screen
or a specific area.

Best Free Screen Capture Software - ScreenHunter Free

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