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ImageGrab Module

I can't seem to find the ImageGrab module anywhere to download and I was wondering if someone could send it to me at <removed per site rules>.net or redirect me to a site where I can download it.

Thanks,
Jordan
Aug 19 '07 #1
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bartonc
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I can't seem to find the ImageGrab module anywhere to download and I was wondering if someone could send it to me at <removed per site rules>.net or redirect me to a site where I can download it.

Thanks,
Jordan
It may not exist. All references that I found are linked to PIL (Python Image Library). What are you after, exactly?
Aug 20 '07 #2
It may not exist. All references that I found are linked to PIL (Python Image Library). What are you after, exactly?
Actually I was able to find ImageGrab but it required Image, which i then installed, and the list just kept growing and things werent working so I decided just to forget about the whole thing. But now my question is...how I take a screen capture of my computer, only a certain area, and analyze that picture very quickly without lag?
Aug 20 '07 #3
bartonc
6,596 Expert 4TB
Actually I was able to find ImageGrab but it required Image, which i then installed, and the list just kept growing and things werent working so I decided just to forget about the whole thing. But now my question is...how I take a screen capture of my computer, only a certain area, and analyze that picture very quickly without lag?
Hi Jordan. You are still being a little vague. Screen capture (on Windows?), I can dig up, but what do you mean by "analyze ". What framework are you using (Tkinter?), Etc?
Aug 20 '07 #4
bartonc
6,596 Expert 4TB
Hi Jordan. You are still being a little vague. Screen capture (on Windows?), I can dig up, but what do you mean by "analyze ". What framework are you using (Tkinter?), Etc?
On Windows, with pywin32 installed, there are demos in someplace like D:\Python24\Lib\site-packages\win32\Demos. In there is a script called "print_desktop.py" that would serve as a good starting point.
Aug 20 '07 #5

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