[time-nuts] HP 3048 question: how to export graphs?
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Sun Oct 15 17:54:10 EDT 2017
There is also a utility called Cropper that works really well with a lot of
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> From: time-nuts [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of Wes
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> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] HP 3048 question: how to export graphs?
> I can't speak to the 3048 but for screen captures I used to
> use the snipping
> tool, but have recently started using Irfanview. You can run
> it in the
> background and with a single command (I use Ctrl+F11) can
> copy the full screen
> or window and save it instantly in a format and location of
> your choice or to
> the clipboard.
> Wes N7WS
> On 10/15/2017 12:46 PM, John Miles wrote:
> > I don't believe there's a way to save images from within
> HTBasic, although there certainly should be. I use the
> "Snipping Tool" accessory in Windows 7 for that sort of
> thing. It probably exists in all versions of WIndows
> including 10, but who knows what they call it these days.
> > If you create a shortcut key for the tool, it's easy to
> invoke whenever needed. Hit ctrl-shift-C (in my case), wait
> for the tool to come up, and drag a box around the graph or
> other content to be cropped and saved. The image can then be
> saved as a .PNG, .GIF, or .JPG, or pasted directly into a document.
> > The RESU files saved by 3048A.BAS are similar to the .res
> files saved by PN3048, and PN3048 can load them directly if
> you select 'All files' in the file-open dialog. You can
> then save the graph or the entire window as a .PNG file.
> TimeLab ( http://www.miles.io/timelab/beta.htm ) can also
> import them (File->Import .RES or .PNP noise data) and save
> images (File->Save image or .TIM file or File->Copy image to
> clipboard). But if all you want is a .PNG, the snipping tool
> is much easier than dealing with any of this stuff.
> > -- john, KE5FX
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