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    Woody Desperately needs Media Center screen shots (WinXP Media Center Edit

    Okay, I'm stuck.

    Does anybody out there have a Windows MCE setup that's hooked up to a cable TV line or sattelite? I need a few screen shots of "My TV" sequences (playing a recorded program, using the scheduler, etc.) to go in a book that I'm working on. Any screen capture program will do. Heck, you can just hit Print Screen and copy into Windows Paint.

    I'll be very happy to send you an autographed copy of the book when it's ready, and I'll also mention you in the credits. Fame and fortune await.

    (My problem is that I can't get program listings out here, and the cable TV doesn't work directly with MCE! Blech.)

    Write to me directly.... (Don't send screenshots just yet.) woody (at) wopr (dot) com.

    Many, many thanks!
    Woody

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    Re: Woody Desperately needs Media Center screen shots (WinXP Media Center

    Have you tried posting the same question at The Green Button | The Premier Windows Media Center Community ? You may have better luck there...
    Cheers, Claude.

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    Re: Woody Desperately needs Media Center screen shots (WinXP Media Center

    Claude -

    Thanks. I've been up and down Green Button and XPMCE, but haven't bumped into anyone who could take the shots. Perhaps a more direct approach is called for....
    Woody

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