Ctrl+Shift+G – Select this function to scroll down a precise region that extends down below the viewing area of the screen. Unlike Scroll Page where you capture everything below the screen, this allows you to capture an area inside a window. You can avoid unwanted parts, such as columns of advertising on web pages.
When the Region cross-hairs appear on screen, define a region as you would in the usual Region capture, but add a second step, as described below.
To capture a Region with Scrolling:
Step 1 Click the “Scroll Region” button or press Ctrl+Shift+G key combination.
Step 2 Click one corner, than move the mouse diagonally to click another corner, creating an outline or block of the region you want on the screen.
Step 3 To scroll down past the bottom of the window onscreen, click the down pointing arrow of the vertical scroll bar of the window.
The auto-scroll capture will start at once and when it stops, you’ll see the defined scrolled area/region in the HyperSnap workspace.
To stop scrolling early, press the Escape key on the keyboard; otherwise wait until scrolling is complete.
Tip: This method of auto-scrolling can work well for pages that refuse to scroll and capture with the “Scroll Page” method.