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gdevelop5:all-features:screenshot [2018/12/30 17:11]
wendigo [Actions]
gdevelop5:all-features:screenshot [2021/11/22 23:06] (current)
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 ====== Screenshot extension ====== ====== Screenshot extension ======
-This extension lets you save a screen shot of the running game in a specified folder.+This extension lets you save a screenshot of the running game in a specified folder.
  
 +Note: As of GDevelop 5.0.0-beta92 the screenshot action is no longer an extension. Just add an action and search for ''screenshot'' or go to ''Other Actions''/''Screenshot''/''Take screenshot''.
 ==== Actions ==== ==== Actions ====
 === Take screenshot === === Take screenshot ===
-Use this action to save a screen shot of everything which is currently drawn on the game window into a //png// file.+Use this action to save a screenshot of everything which is currently drawn on the game window into a //png// file.
 == Parameters: == == Parameters: ==
-** Save path**: The file path where the screen shot should be saved.+** Save path**: The file path where the screenshot should be saved. 
 + 
 +The save path needs to be an absolute path on the file system (Like "C:\MyFolder\MyScreenshot.png" on Windows)'
  
-The save path needs to be an absolute path on the file system (Like "C:\MyFolder\MyScreenshot.png" on Windows) 
 Relative paths are not supported. Relative paths are not supported.
  
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 ===== Example ===== ===== Example =====
-<WRAP center round tip 90%> 
-Save path: 
  
-**FileSystem::PicturesPath() + FileSystem::PathDelimiter() + “my_screenshot.png”** 
  
-This will save the screen shot to the //Pictures// folder on Windows, LInux and MacOS.  +This path: 
-</WRAP>+ 
 +``` 
 +FileSystem::PicturesPath() + FileSystem::PathDelimiter() + "my_screenshot.png" 
 +``` 
 + 
 +This will save the screenshot to the //Pictures// folder on Windows, Linux and MacOS.