= Step =
- Click "Start Capture Task" to start capturing (A timer will start, and during this period, application will listen to Camera button event)
- You may need to wait one or several seconds, a message box will show up to let you know you can start catpuring.
- Navigate to any application, and touch Camera button to capture the screen
- A message box will show if the capturing is success, you can capture 20 images a one time (yes, you can ask for more if you want)
- When the Capture Task ends, a Toast will show up to let you save the captured image, tap the Toast to return to application
- The thumbnail will list and the captured images will stored in Pictures Hub
- Tap the thumbnail will delete the temporary image file in the application folder
= Settings Help =
- Prevent Capture Task auto run: Capture Task uses BackgroundAgent to run and wait for Camera button event, BackgroundAgent may auto run in some case, enable this option to stop auto capture.
- The Capture Task duration: How long will the Capture Task run before it stop to accept Camera button event.
= Notice =
- Game and movie is not supported in this version.
- The Capture Task only save temporary file, you need go back to application to trigger saving file to Picutres Hub.
BIG thanks to Heathcliff74, I followed his guide here:
BIG thanks to fiinix, the DllImport project is a very great project, it help me a lot when I stucked:
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